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Designers’ work processes can help us systematically extract, teach, learn, and apply these human-centered techniques to solve problems in a creative and innovative wayin our designs, in our businesses, in our countries, in our lives.”

I come to the practice of psychotherapy with a fresh take on what it will mean to serve and to heal. In over 12 years of growing my practice as a systems-oriented designer, writer, editor, and creative freelancer, I have developed a unique approach to solving complex problems and making sense of the world around us. My quantitative and arts-heavy education has shaped me into a highly analytical, strategic clinician with a knack for transforming big ideas into workable realities. I envision helping to create a world with less health disparities and a future where mental health treatment is the cornerstone of a collaborative, integrated model of care. 


I am passionate about bringing nuance and lived experience to the diagnosis and treatment of complex psychological conditions.​ I see secure, nourishing relationships as the foundation of our lives. I believe that we are all works in progress and that it is essential to continue learning, maturing, and strengthening ourselves each and every day. I work from a collaborative, humanistic, integrative, affirming perspective, and I focus on instilling the skills to become more authentic, self-accepting, and open across many domains of life. It is my firm belief that we can learn to heal and move through the sequelae of trauma to make room for profound connection and joy.

I currently support individuals, couples, and families with a focus on trauma, relationships, neurodivergence, identity, self-esteem, disability, chronic illness, communication challenges, emotional regulation, life transitions, complex family dynamics, and vocational navigation.


LGBTQIA+ and gender-affirming

Neurodiversity affirming

Neurodivergence affirming

HAES and body diversity aligned

Disability and advocacy aligned




Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC)

New Jersey State


Exp 11/30/2024


M.A. Clinical Psychology (68-credit counseling licensure pathway)

Pepperdine University

+1500 Hours Supervised Clinical Counseling Internship


B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies

University of Baltimore

Concentrations in Design, Business, Forensic Science

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