I am a licensed Psychologist with extensive experience working with clients working through trauma, racial/cultural/gender identity and its impact in our daily lives, challenging family dynamics, and identifying unhealthy relationship patterns. My goal in our work together is to identify the coping mechanisms that are working and those that are not serving you anymore, and create new patterns that are more aligned with your values and goals for your life.
As a Black woman and a corporate America survivor, I look forward to working with clients at all phases in their career journey to help them embrace their voice, power, and worth. This may mean addressing that imposter syndrome that is probably holding you back, or working through your co-dependency patterns that are getting in the way of you having deeply fulfilling relationships, or working through unproductive thoughts and beliefs so that you can show up as your true authentic self in all areas of your life.
My therapeutic style is very collaborative, active, client-centered, and informed by each client's cultural context. Starting your therapy journey can feel overwhelming and can bring up a lot of fear and anxiety. That just means it's time!
My clinical training at Columbia University and professional experiences in various mental health settings (city hospitals, VA medical center, mental health start-up) has afforded me the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients and presenting needs. Whether you are trying to have healthier relationships, better understand your family dynamics, or feel more confident in your workplace or career, therapy is the space to integrate all the parts of yourself to move forward in a healthier way.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, I am only offering remote sessions.
Please note, I do not currently accept insurance.
Schedule your free 20-minute consultation to see if we would be a good fit!