I understand that making the decision to go to therapy can be a daunting task and finding the right therapist is an important part of having a positive experience. I am a psychotherapist in Washington, D.C. and I am committed to working collaboratively with my clients to help them achieve their goals, manage difficult life situations and better understand themselves.
My goal is to help you on your journey to a more fulfilling and balanced life. I am warm, accepting and non-judgmental. Whether you are looking for strategies to manage a challenging life situation, wish to improve your relationships or seek to increase your overall emotional well-being, I offer a safe environment in which you can explore these areas of your life.
I work with adolescents and adults in individual psychotherapy sessions. I have several years of experience providing psychotherapy services for college and graduate students and young professionals, and I have experience working with a wide variety of diverse clients with respect to gender, race/ethnicity, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation and ability.
I also specialize in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and have experience working with pregnant and postpartum women. I have completed advanced post-graduate training in perinatal mental health and provide individual therapy for women with a variety of perinatal mental health concerns. I also facilitate a group for first time expecting moms.
Although I have experience working with a range of presenting concerns, my areas of special interest include:
Relationship concerns Depression Stress and Anxiety Perinatal Mental Health Eating Disorders/ Body Image Concerns Life Transitions (including adjustment to new parenthood and career changes) Law Students Existential/ Spiritual Concerns Identity Development (including sexual orientation and gender)
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Disclaimer: The information on this website is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be psychological advice and should not be considered a substitute for consultation with a licensed mental health professional.