Being a therapist is an especially unique and exceptional role to play in relation to another person's life. I am honored to work with people around some of the most intimate details of their life and take that responsibility very seriously. I believe that an optimal level of trust must be established in order to [...]
I earned a BA in Psychology & Sociology from SUNY Stony Brook and my MSW from New York University. I then earned a post-graduate certificates in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy as well as in shame resilience through the Brené Brown Education and Research Group. Prior to my work in private practice, [...]
Courage, compassion, and play (which is the one I’ve been pushing myself to practice more lately).
Practicing making more room for play, hanging in my kitchen (cooking, hosting, family dance partying), solo dates to the movies, quality time with friends and family, spending time in nature, (trying not to fall asleep while) reading in bed.