I am a millennial, a creative, and a recovering perfectionist. I believe in the power of self-discovery as a path to change. After being a part of self-improvement communities that didn’t resonate with me, I developed a core belief that radical change starts with radical acceptance. Often, the cognitive framework through which we experience our lives is, in some way, designed to protect ourselves. Sometimes, this framework can cause more harm than good. So rather than examine standalone actions, events, or thoughts, I look at what it is that they do for you. I take an integrative, person-centered approach that focuses on uncovering the “why” so that you can be in control again. Together, we will navigate what life throws your way.
In 2017, I earned a B.A. in Comparative Religion and Sociology from Barnard College of Columbia University. After graduating, I worked in creative fields including publishing, art and media consulting, and documentary film. After working on a film that explored the relationship between stress, mental health, and physical health, I was driven to complete an M.S.Ed in Mental Health Counseling from Hunter College.
My hobbies include visiting museums and galleries, catching up on mystery fiction at my local library, and spending time with friends.
I am so excited to go on this journey with you.