As a New York City trained and accredited psychotherapist, I’ve worked with millennials and adults for over ten years, helping them overcome many emotional and behavioral problems.

I have a Masters Degree in Social Work from Columbia University. My post-graduate experience includes working in two renowned New York City hospitals, and I’ve also had the pleasure of working with a diverse student body at a college counseling center. I am trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) from NYC’s American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, and in more recent years I have received extensive one-on-one supervision in psychodynamic approaches and relational therapy. I have a Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College.

I am passionate about working with individuals who seek to better understand, and find resolution to crossroads, inevitable at times in younger adult years (ages 20-45). My goal is to assist you in navigating periods of transition/uncertainty, to decrease distress, and to feel good about future choices. I have been living in New York City for ten plus years and can help with feelings of anonymity, difficulty meeting people, navigating the dating scene and finding work and a community of like-minded people.

In younger years I was an avid violinist from the age of five, and this has led to a continued passion for music and dance into my adult life. I am also fluent in Spanish, and have spent time living in the south of Spain.

NY State License# 73 079081