The foundation of my practice is psychodynamic, which means we’ll explore your past, relationships, and patterns of behavior together, gaining insight into how we can help you move forward. If you read ‘psychodynamic’ and are wondering if I’m going to be a blank-faced Freudian who just says “mmhmm,” don’t worry—I show up as a present, engaged, real person every time we meet.

No single style of therapy works for everyone—that’s why I combine different therapeutic approaches (especially neurobiological & somatic perspectives) and customize my work according to each client’s unique strengths, experiences and background.

The most important thing you need to know is that my style is collaborative. I value your feedback and will regularly check in to see if we’re on the right path. My goal is to make this process work for you.

Education &


Duke University

BA in International Comparative Studies with a focus on Global Health

Pepperdine University

MA in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy


Trauma Resiliency Model (Level 1)

Positive Discipline Association

Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator

Graduate clinical training

The Maple Counseling Center / Beverly Hills, CA

Encino Community Counseling Center / Los Angeles, CA