Being a person in this world can be exciting, painful, scary, and awe-inspiring (sometimes all at once!) and I’m here to hold space for the paradoxes and messiness of life. My intention is to help you reclaim and accept the parts of yourself that you’ve learned to disown — and we all have those parts, especially those of us with marginalized identities. I believe that with the right support, everyone has the ability to move toward more ease, joy, and connection.
I feel strongly that boxes and assumptions have no place in the therapy room. I’m dedicated to creating a space where all aspects of your identity will be recognized and can be safely explored. My approach is informed by mindfulness, attachment theory, somatic practices, and the acknowledgment of systems of oppression.