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Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through counseling and treatment, I can help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life. 


Counseling can be beneficial to people who are looking to strengthen their emotional connections and interrupt unwanted relational patterns in all stages of their relationships.


Many individuals can have symptoms associated with painful and traumatic experiences. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are a few emotions that can linger after traumatic events.


LGBTQIA+ folks can face unique mental health stressors and concerns of discrimination, biases, and rejection as well as specific family building considerations. Receiving counseling from an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist can help you to work through your mental health needs and contribute to an overall sense of wellbeing and belonging.


Whether you're an adoptive parent seeking guidance through your family's journey or an adoptee looking to reconcile your identity and sense of belonging, I can help you to find harmony.


Grief is individualized and personal for each person. There is no one right way or time to grieve.


Stressors are a normal part of life; however, stress can sometimes become overwhelming. Counseling can help people build tools to manage their stress and keep it at bay.


Many autistic people who do not meet the stereotypes of autism in their presentation or demographics enter adulthood without a formal diagnosis; however, they can struggle with relationships, social nuances, sensory issues, emotional regulation, meltdowns, and burnout. The aim of therapy is not to "cure" a person of autism but rather to help the person to understand the reason and context for their behaviors and feelings, thus enabling them to find acceptance, to reduce meltdowns and burnout, to increase self-awareness and compassion, and to advocate for the accommodations that they need.


Since the start of the pandemic, millions of individuals have experienced COVID-19 and never returned to feeling like themselves. Many of these individuals now have post-acute covid syndrome (PACS), also known as long covid, which has multi-organ effects that can involve many body systems including the brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, reproductive organs, and the skin.

Accepting new clients for individual psychotherapy and clinical supervision in New York, New Jersey, Nebraska, and Florida. During the coronavirus pandemic, all services are offered by video or phone.


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