About Me


We cope with many challenges and emotions in our daily life. I understand it can be difficult to define our identity, goals and true desires while dealing with the pressures of today's world. I have specialized expertise with:

feelings of low self-worth · self-empowerment · womanhood · societal + social media pressures · career concerns · sex-positive approach to intimacy · questions of meaning, spirituality + purpose · discrimination + inequity · ex-pat adjustment · geographic relocation + acculturation · relationship questions + divorce · sexual identity · questions of identity in the context of one's cultural or religious background · feelings of disconnect from one's physical body + environment



I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with my amazing clients online, and I have experienced how powerful this medium can be. After listening to my clients and learning what truly works for them, I have designed a comprehensive online support system to facilitate this connection. I believe therapy and holistic support can evolve with the rest of our lives. Let's listen to the voice that can be too quiet to hear, and reconnect you to your body and your purpose. 

I am a US-trained Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been working in the mental health field for 10 years. I hold an MS from Columbia University in Clinical Social Work and a BA from Marquette University in Social Welfare + Justice and Sociology. I have post-masters training in a number of different modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. I have worked with a diverse range of clients in different countries experiencing a wide variety of concerns. My therapeutic approach is non-judgmental, sex-positive, feminist, holistic and interactive, focusing on your unique strengths. 

I have been trained in telemental health best practices through a number of organizations and am a TMHI Telemental Health Practitioner. To learn more about my professional experience, please check out my linkedin