When life is unmanageable, having a space to process your thoughts, feelings, hopes, and fears is paramount. Through therapy, I aim to create a partnership with clients where together, we make the demands of life more manageable. My approach centers on client humanity and the impact of oppressive systems including racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, and transphobia.
I was born and raised in the state of New York. I identify as white, queer, Jewish, and able-bodied. I graduated from a clinical psychology doctoral program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in May of 2021 following the completion of my B.A. in psychology and sexuality and gender studies at The Pennsylvania State University. I will become a licensed psychologist during the 2021-2022 academic year. While I am in the process of obtaining licensure, I will be under the supervision of Dr. Stefanie Gray.
I have trained in college counseling, inpatient psychiatric, and LGBTQ+ affirming community mental health settings where I have gained experience treating anxiety, depression, learning disorders, psychosis, substance abuse, and trauma. My clinical interests include gender diversity, human sexuality, couples counseling, harm reduction, and grief/loss. I am a polyamory and kink aware clinician who is sensitive to the diversity of sexual expressions and relationship orientations.
132 Princess Pass, San Antonio, Texas 78212, United States
Monday through Friday by appointment only. Evening hours available. .