I am passionate about living in a world that is safe for all. I strive in my practice to be sensitive to concerns regarding intersectionality, marginalization, and oppression which may include but not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, migration status, acculturation, ability, body size, age, social class, and alternative relationship structures. I affirm relationships of all configurations, gender identities, and sexual orientations. My work is informed by an anti-oppressive, relational-cultural, sex-positive feminist lens. I believe to understand another person one must include the context of culture. Therapy works best when one feels seen, connected, respected, and heard.