I strive to create a warm, open space for exploration and support, where I collaborate with clients to help them reach their goals. Through active listening and curiosity I work with people who are navigating life transitions, interpersonal relationships, symptoms of depression and anxiety, trauma, grief, and exploring their identity. Although I tailor treatment to individual needs, my practice stems from a primarily psychodynamic lens. I incorporate mindfulness, IFS, CBT, relational and existential theories. I'm also interested in social justice and how power and oppression play a role in our lives. My practice includes adolescents and adults of all ages, and I have practiced in various settings, such as community mental health, college counseling, and schools. In addition to individuals, I work with couples and families to help foster communication, explore difficult dynamics, intimacy issues, and navigating divorce.