M.A., Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute
B.A., Psychology, Carleton College
How I Work With Students
My goal is to create a supportive environment where you can feel comfortable talking about things that might be hard to talk about. I believe each person has a unique fingerprint of identities, strengths, challenges, and experiences that informs how they see the world. Therapy can be a great place to deepen your self-understanding and to identify and change patterns of behavior and thought that are no longer serving your needs. I hope to support you in your growth and help strengthen your ability to cope with life’s many challenges.
I am originally from Atlanta, GA and am currently working toward my Psy.D at the Wright Institute in Berkeley. I like spending time outside, stretching, and trying new things.
Eating disorders, weight stigma, experiences of oppression, multiculturalism, social justice, consent, trauma, group therapy, identity development