Formally trained in human sexuality, my passion for the field is rooted in my belief that all human beings should understand what healthy sex is, regardless of culture, body or ability. I hold my Masters of Social Work (MSW) from New York University and received my Masters of Education in human sexuality from Widener University’s Center for human sexuality studies, where I am currently a doctoral candidate. I offer affirming therapy that is grounded in my experience as a sexologist. I welcome all individuals regardless of their ability, sexual identity, race/ethnicity, age, national origin, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation. I practice using an eclectic approach that is mindful, harm reductive and strengths-based.