At moments in our lives, we may find ourselves in pain trying to survive overwhelming relationships and environments. Through identifying patterns and giving language to personal experiences, we can develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the ways our brains and bodies survive the world around us. Therapy, both beautiful and challenging, offers a non-judgmental space for exploration into the way we feel, think and move through the world.
I received my Master’s degree from Bryn Mawr College and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Pennsylvania and New Jersey .I work Psycho-dynamically, with a client centered, strength- based approach. I believe that our experiences, both past and present, are fundamental to a greater understanding of ourselves, offering new paths toward connection, self worth, agency and meaning
I have supported individuals and couples with relationship challenges, depression, anxiety, emotional regulation, trauma, grief/loss and other life transitions/stressors. I look forward to speaking with you and supporting you in a treatment plan that feels comfortable and reflective of your needs.