In my practice, I take a person-centered approach and intersectional approach, working to
understand you within your family, community, and cultural contexts. My role in therapy is to support and guide you as you discover and build on your own strengths to heal.
I have training in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and mindfulness, and each session is adapted to fit your individual needs and goals. My areas of focus are LGBTQIA mental health, identity formation, depression, anxiety, eating disorder, and life transition.
I also provide in home therapeutic meal support
Free phone consultation.