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About Me

I grew up here in Philadelphia in the Mt. Airy neighborhood. After ten years of living and working elsewhere in the US and internationally, I returned as a social worker in 2015 and now live and practice in West Philly.


I have supported a wide variety of people in their growth and healing, including those seeking growth and change due to feeling stuck in old patterns, people who are struggling to find balance between caring for others and caring for themselves, people impacted by the cycle of violence, people coping with immense ongoing stress, people coping with grief and loss, and more. I am trained in EMDR, and also draw extensively on my experience as a practitioner of mindfulness and meditation. My work is deeply trauma-informed and is influenced by training in Internal Family Systems, attachment theory, somatic awareness, and psychodynamic approaches.


​I am the co-founder of the Treatment Not Trauma Coalition, which advocates for all Philadelphians to have access to compassionate, clinician-led crisis care when they need it. I am dedicated to principles of social justice and seek to reflect these values in my own clinical work as well. ​


Before training as a therapist, I graduated with High Honors in Philosophy from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. I went on to work as a community organizer and consent educator before earning my MSW from NYU Silver School of Social Work. 



Click here to schedule a free 15-minute call with me to get to know one another!

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