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The decision to start therapy is a tough one. It takes courage to ask for help. Finding a therapist who is the right “fit”–someone whom you feel comfortable talking to and whom you connect with can prove additionally challenging. 


I may or may not be the right fit for you. But here’s what I can tell you about my approach: I am compassionate and direct. My intention is to create a safe, inclusive, and non-judgmental space for you to share your story as I listen. I am interactive and reflective and strive to remain sensitive to issues of gender & sexuality along with cultural and generational differences.  

I aim to help you attain the type of changes you are seeking and ultimately to help you gain more satisfaction in your relationships and life. 


I encourage you to schedule a time to speak with me to answer any questions you may have.  


I look forward to hearing from you.

“When things are shaky and nothing is working, we might realize that we are on the verge of something. We might realize that this is a very vulnerable and tender place, and that tenderness can go either way. We can shut down and feel resentful or we can touch in on that throbbing quality.”
― Pema Chödrön


  • Individuals

  • Couples

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Intergenerational trauma

  • Life transitions

  • Multicultural/Cross-cultural Issues

  • “Third-culture kids”

  • Caregiving

  • Adoption

  • Fertility Issues/IVF

  • Family dynamics

  • Dissatisfaction with work

  • Feeling "stuck"

  • Shame & guilt

  • Grief & Loss 

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