People come to therapy when, for whatever reason, they feel unable to lead the life they want. Stressors may have become too overwhelming, symptoms too intrusive, or perhaps a person simply seeks to deepen their understanding of themselves and how they relate with others.
I offer an empathic perspective to help you better understand your difficulties and make lasting changes. My approach is actively collaborative, drawing on a variety of therapeutic models to provide treatment tailored to each person I work with. Effective therapy, in my view, always starts from being attentively listened to, and aims to address a person’s particular concerns in the context of a genuine therapeutic relationship.
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, BA, Philosophy
Columbia University, MS, Clinical Social Work
Clinical Internship, New York Presbyterian-Columbia, Inpatient Psychiatry