As a therapist, it is my goal to help people live more fulfilling and authentic lives; I see it as my role to bear witness to and help my clients make sense of their stories. I view my clients as the experts on their own lives and experiences and work to create a collaborative and empathic therapeutic environment where people feel heard and understood. I am passionate about helping college students work through the unique challenges that may come with this phase of life and, while my clinical interests are quite diverse, I am particularly drawn to working with clients experiencing family issues, questions of identity, Asperger’s Disorder/Autism, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, and emotional dysregulation.
Bryn Mawr College, Ph.D.
George Washington University, M.Ed.
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, A.B.