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Therapy is an invaluable tool for navigating the turbulence we encounter in society, at work, in our relationships, or when we are alone. It provides a space where we can better understand ourselves, and embrace our experience. A space where we can experiment with new thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. My practice focuses on adults dealing with trauma histories, compulsive behaviors, emotion regulation, social anxiety, depression, self-esteem, managing the social stress associated with gender and sexual identities, and working through relationship issues – including dating and negotiating forms of consensual non-monogamy. Taking an integrative approach, I use mind-body modalities, which can include mindfulness and EMDR, as well as psychodynamic, and more behaviorally oriented practices like CBT and DBT.
Prior to becoming a therapist, I worked as an organizational development consultant. My training in applied social psychology focused on group dynamics, particularly how social identity influences access to authority, and the unconscious roles people play in groups. I have worked with over 30 organizations across the US on projects ranging from executive coaching, board development, strategic planning, and culture change.
MA in Social-Organization Psychology, Columbia University. MSW in Social Work, Hunter College