I specialize in body-centered and individualized approaches to trauma, stress, grief, depression, and anxiety. I use a trauma-informed and anti-oppressive framework that sees mental health not as an individual problem, but one rooted in systemic and structural problems. My practice is shaped by the social work tenet of unconditional positive regard – where my liberation is tied up with all those I work with. I work from a place of solidarity, and I understand that systems of oppression shape what is often incorrectly interpreted as individual pathology. I use historical and material conditions as a context to understand ways systems of oppression are replicated in therapy despite intent, including ways adaptive responses to a hostile social environment are labeled “disordered.” In-network with Oscar, UnitedHealthcare, Oxford Health Plans, Aetna, UMR, UHC Student Resources and Harvard Pilgrim.