I have been practicing individual and family psychotherapy since 2007 and earned my Masters in Social Work with Honors from the Hunter College School of Social Work in New York City. I also worked in the arts for over 15 years before I became a therapist, during which time I earned an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College.
My areas of specialization include:
• depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and stress • relationship and family conflict
• maternal mental health, pregnancy and postpartum issues, infertility
• creativity and the art-making process • LGBTQ+ issues
Before moving to Savannah in 2015, I worked with individuals and families from diverse racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and spiritual backgrounds, in community mental health clinics, college counseling centers, clinical research programs, and court-based settings. I have received continuing education from the NYU Institute for Psychoanalytic Education and Postpartum Support International, among many others, and have been trained in perinatal mood disorders, cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing.
I currently live in Savannah with my partner, our daughter, our dog, and more books than any home can fit comfortably. When I’m not working or spending time with my family, I practice yoga, read, write, and go to the beach as much as possible.
HOW I WORK
My approach is warm, interactive, practical, and empathic and I draw from relational, psychodynamic, feminist, and LGBTQ+-affirming treatment models. I will partner with you in your journey, using sensitivity, empathy, creativity, and humor so you can achieve peace, freedom, and fulfillment – on your own terms. Together we will assess your situation, identify your concerns, and establish a focused plan to meet your needs, building upon your internal wisdom and power.
I know it can be difficult to seek help and make change, but I look forward to listening to you and learning your story.
Please contact me if you’d like to schedule a free consultation.