Location

New York City, New York 10025, United States of America

Description

I'm a clinical psychologist who divides my time between clinical practice,consulting and activism.

My clinical interests include the psychology of oppression, cultural and political trauma, coping with the stress of oppression, navigating higher educational experiences, and the transgenerational transmission of trauma, particularly as pertains to diasporic Africans. I can also assist you in the treatment of PTSD, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, relationship issues, academic concerns, and disordered eating.

While I am not accepting insurance at this time, I do offer a sliding fee scale.

Issues:
Anxiety
Trauma
Transgenerational Trauma
Gender-based violence
Coping Skills
Family Conflict
Grief
Parenting
Peer Relationships
Racial Identity
Relationship Issues
Self-Harming
Self Concept
Sleep or Insomnia
Stress
Women's Issues
disordered eating

Qualifications:
Years in Practice: 15 Years
School: PhD CUNY Graduate Center
Year Graduated: 2013
License and State: 020903 New York

Additional Credentials:
Certificate: Yale University School of Medicine, Fellow
Certificate Date: 2011
Certificate: Columbia Univeristy, Fellow
Certificate Date: 2014

Types of Therapy:
Psychodynamic
Relational
Strength-Based
Trauma Focused

Modality:
Individuals
Family

Insurance Providers
Practice Details
  • Street Address

    350 Central Park West

  • City

    New York

  • Zip Code

    New York City, New York 10025, United States of America

  • State of Licensure

    New York

  • Describe Your Practice

    Online and In-Office

  • Accepting New Clients

    Yes

  • Virtual Therapy

    Yes

  • Prescribe Medication

    No