When we work together, I will be using an intersectional, social justice therapy model to explore your personal life experiences with family, friends, and co-workers, and how these relationships have been impacted by the larger systems in which we live. Larger systems like education, criminal justice, and healthcare (to name a few) are just as powerful in our lives as our personal relationships. By discussing and connecting the dots to both, we will work to empower you to heal and grow.
I have 16 years of experience working with people, their caregivers, family, and friends adjusting to chronic medical conditions that can produce feelings of depression and anxiety due to complicated loss and PTSD. Over the last 7 years, I have worked with people and communities who are traumatized by mass incarceration inside and outside the prison walls. Since 2020, the concentration of my work has focused on the COVID 19 pandemic, helping people work through their feelings of anger, loss and anxiety.
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Years of experience:
New Jersey & Maryland
LCSW (NJ), LCSW-C (MD)
• Silberman School of Social Work Hunter College New York, NY (MSW)
• Two year post graduate training at The Institute for Family Services Somerset, NJ (Transformative Family Therapy)