Who am I?
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) registered in the state of Massachusetts. I have a M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine from the Boston University School of Medicine, as well as a M.P.H. with a concentration in Health Management from Drexel University. My practice is informed by a strong pre-medical background, a belief in the holistic mind-body connection and power of creativity, and more than a decade of clinical exposure in both medical and psychiatric settings.
It is my passion to collaborate with adults of all ages, regardless of racial identity, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or other history or life experience. My approach is cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, strength-based, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive. I believe everyone needs help sometimes, and everyone deserves help and understanding always.
Who are you?
Are you hoping to better manage your mood or anxiety? Do you live with chronic health conditions or simply want to change some of your health habits? Perhaps you're concerned about challenging relationships, work, or other factors of daily living?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above, please know that you are not weird, you are certainly not alone, and you can absolutely find support for your physical, emotional, and mental health goals. Perhaps I can even provide some of that support.
One-on-one in-office sessions are typically offered in 45 minute increments to ensure a personal, goal-focused therapeutic experience. In-home sessions are an option as well for homebound individuals aged 65+. Extended sessions for both in-office or in-home visits may also be discussed and arranged in advance on a case by case basis.
One-on-one phone sessions are typically offered in 20 minute increments and are meant as check-ins in case of temporary barriers to an office visit. Extended sessions may also be discussed and arranged in advance on a case by case basis.
One-on-one online chat sessions are typically offered in 20 minute increments and are meant as check-ins in case of temporary barriers to an office visit. Extended sessions may also be discussed and arranged in advance on a case by case basis.