About Me

It’s important for you to have information about your therapist! I'm a mom of three, a recovering perfectionist, an avid runner and a mediocre cook. I was diagnosed with ADD when I was 9 years old, and believe strongly in practicing from a neurodiverse framework. I also work from an Attachment perspective, which means that I believe our early experiences with those closest to us have a huge impact in shaping how we relate to others, ourselves, and the world. I prefer a non-pathologizing perspective on mental health. Rather than looking at things in terms of “disorders”, I look at what circumstances might have led someone to develop certain habits or coping mechanisms, recognizing that frequently our pathologized behaviors are healthy response to an unhealthy circumstance. 

I’ve been working as a therapist since 2008, and established my private practice in 2017 after nearly a decade of working in outpatient mental health settings.My practice is focused on anxiety disorders, women’s mental health (perinatal mental health, infertility and reproductive mental health, and postpartum mood issues)and neurodivergence (specifically ADD/ADHD and Autism).