Education: Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy
School: Fairfield University
Date of Graduation: January 2016
AAMFT Pre-Clinical Fellow
As a Marriage and Family therapist, I believe that my clients have the capacity to create long lasting change. I pay close attention to patterns, and look to understand a person’s full story before examining the “issue” that’s bringing the client into therapy. My theoretical perspective includes various approaches to therapy, allowing me to determine the best fit for my client. I specialize in helping individuals, couples, and families of diverse populations who are experiencing a broad range of problems. I am committed to embracing differences, examining social systems critically, and working with those who are underprivileged and underserved.
My style is active, collaborative, empathetic, and non-judgmental. I believe that once the therapeutic relationship has been built, a space is created that allows for learning, understanding, and change.