My clinical practice is based in trauma-informed and individualized care. I believe in the importance of exploring how race, culture, gender identity and socio-economic status impact our mental health. It is my belief that quality clinical care looks at the individual from a holistic perspective.
My clinical practice is driven by my social justice roots, with a recognition that surviving oppressive systems can cause chronic trauma responses in our bodies. I believe in helping you hold and nurture that impact with care, while maintaining our awareness of the systems that created it.
LMFT, MA, MS
My entire clinical practice is rooted in social justice, being trauma-informed, and individualized care; I believe that clinical care cannot be great in quality unless it is individualized and holistic.
I believe that our bodies were designed with an innate capacity to heal what is wounded, and that the invaluable role of therapy is to offer a safe space to see our wounds with compassion, bring awareness to our needs, and find the right tools to access our own, unique capacity for healing and resilience.
My clinical practice is rooted in social justice and individualized care while maintaining an emphasis on self-respect, accountability, and enhanced quality of life.