I welcome your full self into the room. Together, we can support you in developing the space to be curious about yourself, and to move towards being able to be present with all your feelings. We will work together to explore and create supports that work for you, while holding the realities that impact your wellbeing—from difficult work environments to rocky relationships, the violence of oppression, and the resurfacing of past harms. I welcome clients dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, and trauma.
Using a psychodynamic approach, I bring to my practice a strong attention to the impact of social injustice, institutionalized violence and social marginalization on our own lives and the lives of those we love. I received my MSW from Hunter College CUNY, and completed a PhD in Sociology at NYU. Currently, I study at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR). As well as my clinical practice, I spent years coordinating the NYC Trans Oral History Project, organizing with communities impacted by HIV and AIDS, and on the frontlines of social justice advocacy.
My psychotherapy practice is a part of Union Square Psychotherapy in New York City.
To discuss working together, please reach me through my contact form at Union Square Psychotherapy.