I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and psychotherapist in Pennsylvania. I currently practice full-time as a psychotherapist with Thomas Jefferson University’s Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior. Through my private practice, I provide supervision and consultation for Licensed Social Workers in Pennsylvania seeking supervision hours for their LCSW, as well as for clinicians seeking to strengthen their skillset around work with LGBTQIA+ folks, addiction, and anti-oppressive approaches to social work practice.
I obtained my Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and an undergraduate degree in art history from Oberlin College. I hold post-graduate certificates in psychodynamic therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy from Bryn Mawr College, and in harm reduction psychotherapy through the Center for Optimal Living. My approach to therapy and social work is influenced by relational, narrative, feminist, and psychodynamic approaches. I have experience in a variety of practice settings, including outpatient mental health, substance use treatment, and HIV services. I have presented nationally on trans-affirming care and addiction treatment, and integrating LGBTQIA-affirming practices in general practice settings.