Feeling like you don’t belong is hard enough but when you are experiencing depression and anxiety on top of it can feel unbearable. Holding historically and systemically underrepresented identities can feel lonely and scary, especially when seeking therapy. I specialize in working with BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent individuals who are struggling to find a sense of self, and instead find themselves living in a loop between depression and anxiety.
I use an anti-racist, social justice and trauma-informed approach that aims to create a comfortable space for you to feel safe in a world that can feel isolating. In sessions, I draw from various modalities such as psychodynamic theory, CBT and parts work, which I tailor depending to your unique needs.