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Beginning therapy is a call to adventure. It’s a journey of self-discovery that can feel dark at times, but can ultimately lead to great insight, compassion, and wisdom. I’m here to guide and support your inner quest.

How I Work

My practice is informed by studies in psychodynamic theory, Internal Family Systems (sometimes called "parts work"), self-compassion, mindfulness, creative arts, and Buddhist psychology.


I combine elements of talk therapy with gentle, trauma-informed awareness practices that help clients cultivate inner kindness and heal parts of themselves that feel burdened. When inner parts are healed, they feel less compelled to ruminate, obsess, or depress. That means there is more space for the qualities you want to have!

I also love to infuse journaling and art into sessions for those are interested. I find that writing and art-making can help clients tap into their unconscious, support the mind-body connection, and develop insight and new perspectives. 

Many of my clients find that they feel more confident, present, and connected to themselves and others as a result of our work. 

Areas of interest and expertise include:


Generalized anxiety & depression

Unresolved past trauma

Family-of-origin issues

Life transitions (career changes, moving, parenthood, divorce etc.)

Personal growth and insight

Healthcare professionals

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Pink Gradient

Education, Credentials, Certifications

Internal Family Systems (IFS) Level 1


Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) # PC009090  |  Pennsylvania


National Certified Counselor (NCC) #297498

National Board for Certified Counselors

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Practicum

Jefferson Center for Mindfulness | Philadelphia, PA 2020

Sandtray Therapy, Family & Play Therapy Center | Philadelphia, PA 2017-2018

Contemplative Fellowship for Healthcare Professionals

Hemera Foundation | 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022

Master of Arts in Counseling

The George Washington University | Washington, DC

Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Flagler College | St. Augustine, FL


National Board for Certified Counselors

American Counseling Association

Professional Memberships

Mindful Therapy in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania  |  215-606-3414

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