In so many ways, all of us have been hurt by our attempts to conform to social norms that simply don’t work for us. Therapy is about examining the extent to which we are shaped by our past, so that we can learn to take a more active role in cultivating the lives we want to live today.
As your therapist, I use curiosity, warmth, and humor to create a calm, collaborative, and non-judgmental space for you to question old habits, give voice to repressed desires, and embody new ways of thinking, feeling, dreaming, and playing. My clinical style is informed by my background in art, activism, and a critical engagement with philosophy.
I particularly enjoy working with community organizers, artists, and sex workers, as well as people who are neurodivergent, nonbinary, trans, or unhoused. I look forward to walking alongside you on your journey towards a more meaningful and creative life.
Education and Training
MSS • Bryn Mawr College
Areas of Specialization
Anxiety, depression, sexual identity, gender identity, racial stress or identity, ADHD, autism spectrum, sex positivity