I was born and raised in New York, and completed my bachelor’s degree at Syracuse University before moving to Georgia to get a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University. While completing my degree, I worked at Positive Impact Health Center providing therapy for members of the LGBTQIA+ community and individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and I wrote a thesis on the prevalence of eating disorders in the transgender community. My experience has helped me provide care for LBGTQIA+ community members anyone looking to find ways to live their most fulfilling lives.
I identify as a lesbian and became a therapist because I understand first hand how having a supportive guide can help lead to a happy and peaceful life. I have a specific passion for working with adolescents, teenagers, and young adults in the LGBTQIA+ community and those who are looking to learn more about themselves and their identities as well as understanding more about the world and relationships with other people. I love to help my clients identify their strengths, improve the quality of their relationships, and work towards finding healing and peace.