I provide individual and couples psychotherapy personalized to help address your distinct goals and needs. My therapeutic approach is integrative and relationship-focused, with a perspective influenced by liberation psychology, feminist/multicultural and humanistic/existential lenses. I am trained as a generalist and also have extensive experience working in integrated care settings, working with trauma and torture survivors, working with domestic violence and abuse, and working with students on topics such as: academic success, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, identity development and healthy relationships. Prior to joining Boynton, I worked in both community and university settings. I have focused my career on working cross-culturally and continually refining a culturally humble approach to psychotherapy work. In my free time, you will often find me running, playing basketball, connecting with friends and family, or playing both retro and modern video games.
PhD and MA, Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology, Educational Psychology Department, University of Minnesota
Doctoral Internship at the University of Maine Counseling Center