My identities intersect at the crossing of Black + Woman + Psychologist. My passion is strengthening the mental well-being of Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) and other folx whose identities live within the margins. My therapeutic approach both affirms and empowers. My work acknowledges and explores the impact of systemic oppression while creating a space that cultivates joy and radical healing.
I help adults who are seeking support for anxiety, depression, race-based stress, life transitions, and cultural identity concerns. Through the incorporation of talk therapy as well as mind-body based approaches (e.g. mindfulness meditation), I assist clients in gaining a richer awareness of their relationship with themselves and others. My use of humor helps folx explore the rougher as well as the softer parts of the human experience. I work collaboratively with clients to curate personalized wellness plans that have their unique needs in mind. I founded my private practice---Thryve Wellness House, to help clients reach beyond the limitations of mere survival, to a life where there is freedom to thryve.
Thryve Wellness House is an out-of-network provider and does not accept health insurance.