I believe that growth comes from developing an accepting and compassionate relationship with ourselves and others. I aim to create an understanding therapeutic space where together we can access, articulate, and reflect on your experience, especially feelings that have remained inaccessible and hard to accept. My background includes counseling LGBTQ/HIV+ adults at Housing Works, providing grief counseling in hospice, and working as a therapist at a clinic in Brooklyn. My approach is psychodynamic and attachment and emotion-focused. I see individuals, couples, and intimate partners across a range of sexual identities, relationship structures, and gender expressions. My working style is interactive and non-judgmental, and I aim to bring curiosity, empathy, and respect to our relationship.