“My experience has taught me to use a trauma and attachment-based perspective in the work I do.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have always been interested in family dynamics, relationships, culture, and values. I have traveled a lot and have worked abroad — I even got my master's degree in Mexico City. The program focused on social justice and taught me a lot about inequality and its effect on mental health. From studying and training in Mexico City and working in New York City, I have met and worked with people from many different backgrounds. I first worked at a nonprofit organization that helped families impacted by domestic violence. I have received specialized training in trauma, attachment, cognitive behavioral therapy, early childhood mental health, and parenting. My experience has taught me to use a trauma- and attachment-based perspective in the work I do.
What should someone know about working with you?
I am interested in getting to know you holistically and seeing how I can best support you. I am highly adaptable and flexible with my approach; however, I always offer a calm, reflective, and safe space for my clients.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
I believe in the power of relationships to promote growth and change. I let my clients get to know me as much as they would like. I am not afraid to use my experiences and self as a therapeutic tool.
What are you most excited about within the evolving mental health landscape?
I am excited about the growing field of infant mental health. Increased support for new parents and babies can help prevent negative outcomes and break intergenerational trauma.
“I am highly adaptable and flexible with my approach; however, I always offer a calm, reflective, and safe space for my clients.”