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Who I Work With

I live in and provide teletherapy from Brooklyn, NY, or Lenapehoking, the original and ongoing home of the Lenape people, and am only permitted to work with people who currently reside in New York state at this time. 

I work with clients from many different backgrounds and walks of life; I'm open to scheduling a consultation with anyone who feels my approach could resonate with them. I have a particular passion for working with people who have been marginalized and/or have felt othered in any point in life, including but certainly not limited to:

  • people of color

  • cis women

  • people that are part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, asexual, and aromantic communities

  • trans, non-binary, gender expansive, and intersex folks 

  • people who are neurodivergent, disabled, and/or experience chronic pain or illness

  • people who practice polyamory, ENM, relationship anarchy, or who otherwise desire or have relationship structures that look different from prevailing notions of marriage and nuclear family

 I explore a variety of topics with my clients but am particularly interested in and have experience supporting clients with:

  • anxiety and depression

  • racial identity for folks of color

  • white racial identity development

  • queer identity

  • asexuality and aromanticism

  • gender identity and impacts of patriarchy, sexism, heterosexism, and cissexism

  • trauma and (C)PTSD

  • bicultural identity and immigrant experiences

  • life transitions

  • codependency

  • loneliness, connection, and authenticity

Commitment to Anti-Oppression


Identities are always in the room and inform how we relate to each other. I know what it's like to experience marginalization and oppression and to also be afforded privilege and to have blindspots in other ways due to the identities I hold. 

To me, working from an anti-oppressive lens means not pathologizing symptoms of emotional distress, but rather, providing space in therapy to zoom out and explore how systems of oppression (like capitalism, patriarchy, racism and white supremacy culture, etc.) have informed and continue to impact your mental health, what you're feeling, and any negative core beliefs or internalized shame. It means being curious and sometimes talking about how the similarities and differences between our identities are affecting the therapeutic relationship between the two of us. It also requires me to continue doing my own learning around identities and experiences I don't have, so you don't have to feel like you're spending most your session over-explaining your lived experience to me, so that instead you can just be. Conversely, I also acknowledge there is such diversity within any group of people; even and especially if we share certain identities, I'll want to meet with you curiosity about how you view your identities and how your specific experiences have impacted you.

Know that it is very important to me as both a therapist and as a person to interrogate my relationship to privilege and power. I'm committed to doing my own unlearning of messaging from oppressive systems along with my own personal healing work in a lifelong way, and I also lean on people in my life who are able to support me with my accountability. I'm always open to feedback from my clients about how to make the therapeutic space safe and accountable for both of us.

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