My approach to therapy is eclectic and compassionate. I like to meet each client where they are at, and utilize the modalities that best suit their needs. I believe that by creating a safe space to feel heard and understood, the therapeutic relationship can foster increased self-awareness, acceptance, and personal growth in many ways. Within the therapeutic relationship, we will work collaboratively to address the unique challenges and stressors you may be facing. My hope is to support you in utilizing your strengths and help you reach your goals. I enjoy working with college students and young adults, as well as adults navigating life transitions and stressors. I look forward to embarking on the therapeutic journey with each individual I meet.
I attended the University of Michigan for graduate school, where I focused on Interpersonal Practice while obtaining my Master of Social Work. I completed a clinical internship in the Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Unit at Mott Children’s Hospital. I then spent two years working in Washington DC in various psychiatric settings before returning to work at Michigan Medicine in the Psychiatric Emergency Department. I am currently licensed in both Michigan and Washington DC to provide teletherapy sessions and have experience treating anxiety, mood disorders, self-harm, disordered eating, women’s issues, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues.