About Me

I am a relational psychotherapist, which means that I believe relationships (with family, friends, coworkers, higher powers, our relationship with our self, etc.) often play a role in our suffering and, yet, also play a crucial role in our healing. Relatedly, the relationship between the therapist and client is of utmost importance and requires trust and authenticity for both parties involved.  I use a variety of individualized, eclectic approaches to help each person meet their goals and needs. My therapeutic style is warm, direct, empowering, and collaborative.

I am a highly skilled Licensed Clinical Psychologist with generalist training with adult populations. I have specialty training and experience in multicultural psychology. This means that I often work with individuals who have felt “othered” in some way and/or hold identities that have been historically marginalized (women, individuals who are gender non-conforming/don’t identify within gender binaries, racial/ethnic minorities, LGBTQIA+, religious/spiritual minorities, etc.). Below, are areas where I have specialty training:

  • Young Adults (18-40)
  • Women’s Issues
  • Trauma and Recovery (childhood abuse and trauma, sexual assault, domestic violence, race and gender-based violence, spiritual abuse, etc.)
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Identity Concerns
  • Relationship Problems
  • Life Transitions/Changes
  • Sexual Issues


Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD) – Roosevelt University
Masters of Clinical Psychology (MS)  – Loyola University Maryland
Bachelors in Psychology and Latin American Studies (BS)- Miami University


  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Private Practice (Atlanta)
  • APA Internship – Emory University (Atlanta)
    • Provided individual therapy, group therapy, outreach, consultation for Emory University Counseling Center
  • Externship – Edwards Hines Jr, VA Hospital (Chicago)
    • Provided trauma-informed individual therapy, group therapy, and assessments for adults
  • Externship – Private Practice (Chicago)
    • Provided individual therapy, group therapy, and assessment for individuals identifying as LGBTQIA+
  • Externship – Care Clinic (Baltimore)
    • Provided trauma-focused assessment and therapy to survivors of sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and/or exposure to intimate partner violence and their non-offending family members.