As an associate licensed therapist with Integrated Psychological Assessment Services (IPAS) I have a range of experience working with disruptive behaviors, depression, anxiety, PTSD, forensics, psychotic/personality disorders, and relationship and familial issues. I work closely with my clients to develop a collaborative therapeutic working relationship that is transparent, comforting, safe, and judgement free. Always mindful of cultural , gender, ethnic, and economic concerns I also use both my personal and professional experience as an intersectional lens to assist my patients to achieve their own personal therapeutic goals.
IPAS believes in empowering people to help them grow, change or just deal with the daily demands of life. Our clinicians therapeutic style aim for long-term growth while using short-term solutions. Our staff are committed to supporting the therapeutic needs of Black, Indigenous, & Persons of Color (BIPOC) as well as Marginalized Genders (MaGes).