We can’t change the world alone.
Practicing in DC, MD, and VA
BS in Health Care Administration from University of Phoenix
MSW, University of Southern California
“Assisting Individuals in Crisis and Group Crisis Intervention” – International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, 2020
“Recognizing and Responding to Suicide Risk” – American Association of Suicidology, 2021
I have experience providing open minded, affirming, compassionate care to people working through life transitions, healing from trauma, and managing crisis and conflict, individually and within relationships. I accept you as you are and welcome you to grow and build the life of your own choosing.
I graduated with my Bachelor’s of Science in Health Care Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2011 and completed my Master’s of Social Work through the University of Southern California in 2016. I have been licensed as a Master’s Social Worker in Maryland since 2017 and in that time have worked in a public mental health clinic doing individual and group therapy, as well as doing mobile crisis and emergency care.
My office is an open and affirming space, where my own lived experience as queer, trans, and polyamorous informs the therapies and strategies I employ to help my clients.
As a parent of a disabled child, and a person with disabilities myself, I can recognize the needs of people who experience ableism to find an outlet to process those experiences. I hold space for disabled and neurodivergent people in my practice.
I am excited to be a part of The Pincus Center, to create a safe and therapeutic environment for my clients to find the help and support they need. Let me help you succeed.