I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy to adults and adolescents, and have experience seeing patients struggling with relationship, gender and sexuality issues; job stress; anxiety; depression; eating disorders; and trauma. As a former journalist who wrote extensively about social issues, sex and dating, relationships, body positivity, race and LGBTQ+ stories, I practice therapy through an anti-oppressive lens and from a platform of deep compassion and empathy.
I got my master's in Social Work from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and my bachelor's from Sarah Lawrence College. I studied psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the Training Institute for Mental Health and completed a year-long internship with the National Eating Disorders Association.
I believe the relationship between therapist and patient is the foundation of progress. Ready to get started? Let's make some progress together — here's how to reach me.