Great News! You’ve made it. Way to go. Life can be so changing and demanding. Dealing with everyday stressors can get us down. However, I am here to help support you on your journey to healing and recovery. I have been working in the Social Service field for over 20 plus years. I have dealt with homelessness, domestic violence, adolescents, LGBTQIA+, mental health, sexual abuse, substance abuse and the criminal justice system. I am currently a MSW Intern working under the supervision of Amira Crawford, LCSW and Shari Simon, LMSW at Therapists for Black Girls, a group practice dedicated to supporting BIPOC with their mental health.
I was born and raised in the toughest part of Brooklyn, Brownsville. Raised by my grandmother, I knew from young that I was special just like you. I wanted to make a difference in the lives that were around me especially in a community that is predominantly black and brown. This is why I am here today. To be the ear to listen, and that motivational cheerleader when you need encouragement.
My goal is to bridge the gap and change the way people of color think about therapy. Therapy is not a bad thing and I am passionate about proving this to you by providing you with the tools that you need to cope with the issues that you are facing in your life.