Reaching out for help takes courage, and we all deserve a place to gain support while navigating life’s challenges. I strive to offer warmth, patience, empathy, and respect to create a comfortable environment for productive and rewarding self-exploration. Together, we can examine how life is feeling, explore the obstacles you may be facing, and develop strategies to help you find relief.
Our work together may involve examining the past and enhancing self-insight while also building coping strategies that cater to present goals. Therapy can provide a space to make sense of the challenges you are facing and shift long-held beliefs or unhelpful patterns that no longer serve you. I firmly believe that everyone holds the ability within themselves to heal, and it is my hope to assist clients in deepening the relationship with themselves and others so they can move through life with greater ease.
I treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, complex trauma, relational difficulties, family of origin
issues, life transitions, grief and loss, and other life stressors. My therapeutic framework draws upon several
perspectives, including Internal Family Systems (IFS), Attachment Theory, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Family Systems Theory.  My style is integrative, and I tailor my approach to suit each individual’s unique needs.
Prior to my work at the practice, I provided therapy in a variety of settings including a community mental health setting, substance use treatment, and a residential youth center. I received my Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in 2015, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Pennsylvania.