I am a Resident in Counseling (Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor) in Virginia, and MD. I received my master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The George Washington University.
I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults.
It takes courage to step into the unknown of therapy and seek out support. I am passionate about making sure my clients feel understood and empowered through an empathetic, warm, and individualized approach. To foster a supportive environment, I use an integrative framework rooted in person-centered and psychodynamic philosophies and blended with mindfulness based interventions. With the psychodynamic lens, I am curious about one’s past and the influence it has had on self-perception, interpersonal relationships, and beliefs about self and others.
With the person-centered approach, I lead with the belief that one is not just shaped by the past and external experiences, but also by cultural, environmental, and social factors. I also enjoy using mindfulness techniques to practice centering, self-awareness, and self-compassion.
I am currently working towards my LCPC in Maryland and Virginia.