I love this work because I know that therapy can help people heal and make meaningful change in their lives and relationships.
I’m an East Coast native who fell in love with San Francisco more than a decade ago. I find joy in gardening, creative expression, and the people in my life.
I have a background in the creative arts and received my bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis on social justice and community building from California Institute of Integral Studies in 2014. I graduated in 2017 with my master's in Integral Counseling Psychology and am currently an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #104953) at The Center for Mindful Psychotherapy (CMP).
I offer collaborative depth therapy to Bay Area individuals and couples. I’m passionate about helping people deepen their understanding of themselves and find new ways of experiencing things they find troubling.
My approach to therapy is integral. This means that I draw from multiple schools of thought and value approaching issues from more than one angle.
I have training in psychodynamic/analytic traditions as well as mindfulness and behavioral techniques. Therapy with me is compassionate and relational: I believe we all show up perfectly imperfect in all we do.
To learn more or to see if we might be a good fit, reach me here.