I use she/they pronouns, am a Jamaican immigrant, former foster youth, jewelry artist, and queer woman. All of these parts of me have been integral in shaping my clinical interests in mindfulness, relational work, art therapy, spirituality, and somatic based interventions.
During my Master’s in Social Work from CUNY Hunter College, I applied sociological research as well as an integrated set of clinical practices, in my work with cross cultural and inter-generational LGBTQIA+ communities. I strongly believe in a strength based approach to my practice that amplifies resilience and healing in the face of challenges.
My practice is centered in the belief that people should have the opportunity to not just live, cope, or survive but also to thrive in their magic.