Works with: Children, Parents, Individuals, Couples
Specializes in: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Suicidality, Family Conflict
Emotional distress can be something common in our lives, but there is one point or another, you might feel like things are getting out of hand. This is when you need some extra professional help, and I am here for you whenever that would be. My great passion is bringing hope and healing to people who have been through difficult times. I help my clients to develop skills, navigate life challenges, explore self perceptions, and improve mental well-beings.
I hold a M.A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University and B.S in Applied Psychology. I have years of experience working with a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, suicidality, self-esteem, emotion regulation, family conflict, school pressure, etc.
Prior to LifeStance, I have worked in a range of settings including outpatient, community based services, crisis stabilization unit and inpatient, which equip me with the ability to work with diverse populations coming from different age groups (5-87) or cultural backgrounds (different ethnicities, national origins and sexual orientations).
My theory is that there is no single approach that works for every individual, so that I use person-centered as a starting point and apply different techniques in practice, such as CBT, DBT, mindfulness, psychoanalysis, and solution focused. Sometimes, I also utilize art and play therapy in sessions. I aim to provide non-judgemental environment and unconditional care treatment to my clients.
Degree: M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University and B.S in Applied Psychology