Lucy strives to cultivate a therapeutic environment that facilitates healing, exploration, and connection. Their approach is gentle, client-centered, and non-judgmental. They are grounded in a psychodynamic and trauma-informed framework that honors the ways that people have survived the past and how that impacts the present.
Lucy’s intention is to understand the complexities of each person. They recognize the way that oppression and social context are inextricably linked to mental health. They use a social justice lens to collaborate with clients in exploring the relationship between their concerns and their environment. Lucy is available to work with children under the age of fourteen and adults.
Education and Training
MSW • University of Pennsylvania
BA • Anthropology • Bryn Mawr College
Areas of Specialization
Trauma, interpersonal relationships, low self-esteem, family of origin issues, gender identity, sexuality, anxiety, depression, adjustment issues