Associate Therapist

With a profound desire to help people thrive, I am passionate about therapy and mental health advocacy. As a therapist, my ultimate goal is to empower people to lead fulfilling lives by providing them with the tools and support they need to overcome mental health challenges. Humans are wired for connection, and therapy is a collaborative process that fosters meaningful personal growth.

Originally from Bryn Mawr, PA, I moved to NYC after receiving my BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania. My dream was to become a drama therapist, though I chose to study acting at The William Esper Studios first. Since then, my path has taken me in many directions – Casting for Film and TV, FORTUNE Magazine, and marriage/motherhood, to name a few. I was thrilled to come full circle and join the world of helping professions as a life coach five years ago. I have witnessed the transformative power of helping people connect to their internal resources, reframe their perspectives, and embark on journeys of healing and growth. It is an honor and a privilege to do this work.

I aim to create a warm, compassionate, non-judgmental space to listen and reflect, hopefully peppered with humor when possible; I believe laughter is a healing superpower! My therapeutic approach is integrative and draws from (ACT) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, (CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and (IFS) Internal Family Systems. I have experience working with alcohol abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, childhood wounding, and self-actualization.

I have a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania and trained to be a coach for transformation through the ICF-accredited Leadership that Works program. I have completed the PQ Coaching Grant Program with Shirzad Chamine, studying Positive Intelligence, along with a one-year IFS training for coaches adapted from the work of Richard Schwartz with master teacher Guthrie Sayen. Currently, I am pursuing a Master’s in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellbeing at NYU.

I love spending time with my husband and three children in Tribeca, where we have lived for several decades—our three cats and Goldendoodle Noodle round out the family. Hiking in Acadia National Park, meditating, traveling, reading, or watching stand-up comedy are my favorite ways to have fun.

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