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Individual and Couples Psychotherapy

- 50 minute sessions

I see individuals and couples one to three times per week, depending on their desire for deepening or accelerating the treatment. I see diverse people for a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, high levels of stress, life transitions, feeling stuck, chronic pain, substance use, grief, and relationship difficulties.

Additionally, I specialize in working with third-culture individuals (people raised in a different culture than their parents or the culture of their country of nationality) and immigrants.

Woman by the Water

Adolescent Psychotherapy

- 50 minute sessions 

- Parent check-in sessions

Therapy can be helpful when a young person is isolating from friends or family, or acting in ways that are impulsive and may put them at risk. I create space for adolescents to begin identifying and understanding their emotions and reactions, so as to find new ways to engage with their family and peers. 

I tend to work with youth who have experienced difficult family dynamics, which often includes divorce. Additionally, I see students who have difficulty leaving home, particularly during the transition to college. 

Teenager at Home


- Available for teaching and training inquiries

As an adjunct professor, I teach a variety of subjects related to mental health and psychological treatment. My scholarship and research interests include depression and suicidality, complex trauma, neurodiversity, lifespan development, and community-based treatment. My pre/post-doctoral training emphasized working with patients with complex clinical presentations, including severe mental illness and chronic pain. I specialize in teaching about clinical work with underserved communities in mental health and education settings.

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