I decided to become a therapist after working at a residential summer program for kids and adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Later, my experience working with homeless women in Washington, D.C. solidified my passion to be a Social Worker. I was so honored to witness and support others in their different stages of life transformation. This led me to get my Masters in Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work and my Masters of Art in Applied Healing Arts from the Tai Sophia Institute.
Since becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have become passionate about supporting people through trauma resolution through multiple modalities, as no two bodies are alike. I also bring in mindfulness and relational practices into my work and my daily life. Spirituality can often be an essential ingredient to transformation and I love to explore this with my clients in whatever form that takes.
My mission is to support my clients in seeing that they have ALL they need to live a rich, nurturing, and bright life. When they are living from this place, they can be a light for others.