New York University Silver School of Social Work
- Working with first-generation college students
- Adjustment issues
- Identity development
- Relationship dynamics
- Care management & connection to resources
- Self-compassion strategies
- Mindfulness-based interventions
Approach to Therapy:
I take a collaborative, holistic, and relational approach to therapy that allows the client to be the expert in their own experience. I try to create a non-judgmental space for clients to process and contextualize their experiences within the systems, relationships and positions within which we operate. I strive to build a positive therapeutic relationship while engaging in goal-oriented approaches in order to create connections to resources, tools and skills best-fit for you.
Approach to Wellness:
My approach to wellness is rooted in making and taking the time for one's self with the intention to feel more grounded and centered. Some things that I enjoy for my own wellness are spending time in nature, quality time with loved ones, taking long walks, deep breaths and writing in my journal.
My style to supervision is mainly pillared on a supervisee-centered, collaborative, and strengths-based approach. I draw from a developmental framework and place emphasis on the supervisory relationship as a base to help build confidence and develop a supervisee's unique clinical voice. I hope to cultivate an open, non-judgmental, dynamic space that allows supervisees to express their authentic selves, both personally and professionally.