I believe that the power of the therapeutic relationships promotes growth, healing and change. I value a collaborative, team-based approach as an important component of a therapeutic relationship, and together we will work to establish this as a foundation for desired change. I will join with you to support you in gaining awareness of your strengths, while using them to overcome challenges.

I earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Social work from Bryn Mawr College in 2011, followed by a master’s degree in Law and Social Policy in 2012. I received additional training through the Center for Child and Family Well-Being at Bryn Mawr college while completing my clinical degree. My background includes working with children/teens, families and adults in outpatient, private/public school and residential settings. My areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, grief/loss, relational/attachment difficulties and unresolved childhood trauma.

I draw from a variety of theoretical frameworks in my practice, depending upon the needs identified. In the interest of providing best practice, I tend to use Cognitive Therapy given its evidence base for effectiveness. Additionally, I incorporate Psychodynamic, Relational and trauma informed approaches.

Pronouns: She/Her