I graduated from Widener University with a dual master's degree in social work and education in human sexuality. My approach is eclectic but I prefer to join the client and meet them where they are in an empathetic way. I am trained in trauma-focused CBT and internal family systems, but like to allow the client to take a narrative stance and tell their story from their perspective. I believe connecting the mind and body is important to create a whole and healthy self through mindfulness and somatic therapy. This means we take you as a whole and try to reconnect ourselves with parts of our body that might bring challenges through different techniques that can include movement, breathing, yoga, tapping, art, and music. I believe the most important piece in therapy is the relationship between therapist and client. Without the relationship and trust, everything is just words from a book.