I approach therapy from an intersectional, strengths-based, and trauma-informed perspective, with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy. I believe that this process works best when a clinician and a client are equally invested in the client’s success; this collaborative model allows me to honor your commitment to the therapeutic process and your personal growth. At the end of the day, you are the expert of your life and your experiences.
After graduating from Widener University with my bachelor’s degree in Social Work in 2017, I earned my master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Boston University. While in Boston, I also earned a specialization in the treatment of Trauma and Violence. I am passionate about working with LGBTQIA individuals to navigate positive coming out experiences, as well as social, medical, legal, and emotional transitions. I am the only Clinical Social Worker in Delaware that has extensive research and clinical expertise in the treatment of Hoarding Disorder and hoarding behaviors.