Are you finding yourself facing family conflict, childhood trauma, feeling unsafe during the pandemic, or losing a job, feeling “stuck on high” or “stuck on low”? I firmly believe that the body wants to find equilibrium, and I see my role as a therapist to help you more fully connect with yourself in your body and find a more deeply held sense of who you are at your core, so that you can tackle whatever brings you to therapy. We all need an extra dose of patience and creativity in this challenging time. I look forward to partnering with you on your journey.
Master of Social Work, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Bachelor of Science in Anthropology – College of Charleston
Bachelor of Science in Latin American & Caribbean Studies – College of Charleston
I have many years of experience working with adolescents and adults confronting grief, relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, parenting issues, life transitions, spiritual concerns, and many other stressors. I appreciate the depth of the mind-body connection and integrate that connection into therapy using a variety of evidence based approaches. My work is person-centered, trauma informed, and focused on the outcomes you identify.