About Me


Outside of my work, I am a dedicated adventurer and spend as much time as I can bicycle touring, skiing, and surfing. I enjoy bringing this same enthusiasm, energy, and love of exploration into my clinical work.

I received my Masters in Social Work from New York University, a program known for its clinical and psychoanalytic focus. My graduate coursework allowed me to explore the intersections between psychoanalysis, attachment theory, queer theory, critical race theory, and their implications on clinical work. 

Prior to going into private practice, I worked in community mental health agencies as a child and family therapist for five years.

In 2015, I opened my practice to better serve marginalized communities and to allow myself to practice anti-oppressive based psychotherapy more freely.  Since opening my practice, I have helped countless clients navigate their own transitions, identities, relationships, and histories of trauma and am passionate about my role as a clinician.