I received my master’s degree in Mental Health & Wellness Counseling from New York University. In my therapeutic work thus far, I have worked with cisgender and non-binary individuals as well as couples who are tackling subjects like anxiety, depression, trauma, and questions surrounding their overall identity. Aside from utilizing a psychodynamic approach, I also utilize narrative, multi-cultural, CBT, person-centered, and mindfulness-based therapeutic approaches that are directly connected to one’s intersectionality. Intersectionality is a conversation that I often bring within the therapeutic space with many of my clients as it helps us explore the multiple identities that encompass one whole. Each and every identity is an integral piece, and it is necessary to explore and honor each one.
As a young woman of color who has dealt with her own adversities, I work tirelessly to cultivate a space of empowerment for all my clients who tend to feel powerless and trapped in many of the spaces they may walk in. As my client, we will explore the many ways you can reclaim your power without compromising your true self.
I invite you to take this first step in your journey of self-exploration with me.