- Childhood Trauma
- Emotional Abuse
- Grief and Mourning
- Relational Trauma
- Relationship Strain
- Adolescents (13-19)
- Adults (20+)
Compassionate, client-centered, warm, and non-judgmental.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #120857, supervised by Beth Hermosillo, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #51152
Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York | BS in International Fashion Merchandising Management | 2010
Palo Alto University | Masters in Counseling Psychology | 2020
Why I do this work
Originally, I am from London, and I have lived in Europe as well as Asia, I have always appreciated humanity and marveled at the global struggles that connect us all. Since my previous work was in the fashion industry, my path is untraditional, yet I have always valued building meaningful relationships and connections with others. I am struck by how we are all more alike than different. I have felt the benefits and depth of this work with my own personal therapy journey. The idea we get to choose how we live each day and can continue to grow excites me, and I'm thrilled to share that encouragement and support with you.
The best part of my job
The best part of my job is witnessing clients' resiliency and seeing the growth in their ability to trust themselves. I am inspired by everyone's unique journeys and feel grateful to be a part of their transformations no matter how big or small. I love seeing shifts in awareness and realizations that happen inside or outside of the sessions. I am moved by clients tuning in and connecting with their inner wisdom.
How I spend my free time
Salsa dancing, yoga, getting a massage, and traveling.
“We may encounter many defeats, but we must not be defeated.” Maya Angelou
Top personal growth resources
- Trauma and Recovery by Judith Herman, M.D.
- My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa Menakem, MSW LICSW SEP