Everyone deserves to have a good day and a better tomorrow. I realize that taking on a personal change out of desire or necessity is often harder than it sounds. I work with all ages, life-stages, and conditions. People arrive with their bag of “stuff”: hopes, disappointments, wounds, trauma, diagnoses, and connections. I start where you are and work with you to create a path to a place of well-being.
I treat depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, attachment, parenting and marriage. I use many therapeutic frameworks, including narrative, psycho-dynamic, cognitive, dialectical, and Internal Family Systems to help people find meaning and hope. Professional training includes a Master’s in Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan, where I focused on treating complex trauma. I’m currently working on becoming a certified in Hand-in-Hand Parenting, parenting by connection.