Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, I am not offering in-person therapy services and currently only offering teletherapy services. I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy for Individuals, as well as Couples Counseling and Group Therapy.
The basis for the work I do is psychodynamic theory. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is used to address a variety of mental health issues. Some of these issues may include: anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, trauma, marriage problems and relationship issues, communication, suicidal ideation, existential problems, low self-esteem, and anger problems. This kind of psychotherapy is useful for people who struggle to feel and express their emotions, as well as for people who struggle to be vulnerable with others.
I provide LGBTQ+ affirmative therapy, as well as affirmative, anti-racist therapy for Black people, Indigenous people, and other people of color. Inclusive therapy decenters white, heterosexual, ableist, and cisgender perspectives while centering your individual experience and the intersection of all of your identities. This approach works well for all people because it takes into account the social, cultural, and economic forces that influence individual development.