I work primarily with people in their 20’s, 30's and 40's navigate relationships, work, family and friendships. Some of the things people come to therapy about are:
Exploring identities, such as ethnic, cultural, or religious identities
Talking about sexuality, including desire, orientation or sexual difficulties
Learning how to manage daily stressors and anxieties
Discussing relationship challenges
My approach is wholly client-centered and affirming, which means I will support your personal experience of gender, ethnicity, nationality, and sexual orientation. I support clients in the LGBTQIA+ community. I also have specific experience working with first- and second- generation immigrants to understand issues of identity, and welcome all people regardless of immigration status.
Therapy is a place to examine who you are, and what life is really about, in a therapeutic space that is warm, accepting, and interactive. Through therapy, you can tell your own story and discover new skills so that you can grow to your fullest potential. We are hardwired for human connection, which is why therapy is so powerful and effective.
If it's requested by you, I can collaborate with other providers, such as other therapists, psychiatrists, or primary care providers to ensure you get the best care.
For a free phone consultation,
call or text: (202) 750-3410