I believe we all deserve support and space to express ourselves fully. As a queer, cis Black woman and a child of immigrants, I know how intersecting identities impact our growth and sense of self. I approach therapy with the understanding that we rarely get the opportunity to tell our story on our terms and that healing begins when we can.
In my clinical work, I center the questions, “how can we work together to help you rediscover yourself” and “who were you before being interrupted, whether by expectations, discrimination, or other harm?” I use a combination of therapeutic modalities, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and somatic work to support us as we answer these questions.
In our therapeutic relationship there is potential for realization and creative resolution when we both show up courageously and honestly. I am passionate about building relationships rooted in empathy, consciousness, and respect.