The process is one of curiosity and compassion.
The space is sacred.
It is my belief that with support and opportunities for self-expression all of us can grow into healthier, happier, more connected individuals. I integrate mindfulness, meditation, and art-making with verbal therapy to provide clients with opportunities for increased emotional resilience, self-awareness, and self-compassion. My approach is holistic; believing that mind/body/spirit and past/present/future are inextricably linked. Therapy is a journey we embark on together with an attitude of compassion and curiosity. The process will be guided by your needs.
I am a licensed, board-certified art therapist in New York City (ATR-BC, LCAT). I hold a Masters degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute. My experience includes work with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, loss, substance use, eating disorders, mental and medical illness. I am also a Adjunct Assistant Professor and Low Residency Program Co-coordinator in the graduate Creative Arts Therapy department at Pratt Institute.