About My Clients
I love working with high-achieving professionals who often take care of everyone and everything but can forget to invest in themselves. As a licensed psychologist, I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help my patients self-reflect, make connections, and take actionable steps towards emotional health. Whether it is learning new skills to manage overwhelming emotions, processing traumatic experiences that are holding you back, or changing unhelpful beliefs about yourself or relationships.
My Background and Approach
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you slow down and take a look at how your thought patterns shape shape how you feel and act. Sometimes our thoughts in a situation lend us helpful perspective, but sometimes they create a tailspin where we end up feeling incapable, unlovable, or stuck. Helping you identify unhelpful thought patterns loosens their unwanted impact over your mood or behavior - and then we can get to work to change them. It is absolutely possible to change what may seem like ingrained, life-long patterns and inner narratives you carry. It does take intention, practice, and support. My style in therapy is interactive, feminist, and multiculturally responsive, which means sessions are collaborative and I'm intentional about understanding your whole self. I also pay special attention to marginalized identity stressors as a key part of supporting your mental health.