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msw, lsw

Connection is a valuable tool for healing, and in my work with Black, queer, and trans individuals and groups I collaborate with clients to help them discover and practice the tools they need to move beyond surviving and into thriving. While trauma and resilience are often aspects of our experience, our connection is centered in the sacredness we carry within ourselves as Black people, queer people, trans people. I practice a responsive and engaging style, asking questions that help an individual illuminate their own truths.

One of my goals in therapy is to provide clients with a safe, affirming space where they can feel seen and heard in their fullness. In our journey we carry with us our ancestors who deserved healing but were never given the opportunity. Generations heal through us. The first step is reaching out for support. I look forward to hearing from you!

pronouns: she/they

Education and Training

MSW • Temple University

BA • Oglethorpe University

Areas of Specialization


Anxiety, depression, grief, abuse, sexual identity, gender identity, racial stress or identity, stress management, trauma, childhood trauma, PTSD, CPTSD, open/poly relationships, sex positivity, BDSM & kink

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

  • Anti-oppressive

  • Mindfulness

  • Relational-cultural

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