Clients seek me out for help with racing thoughts, restlessness, dwelling on past or future events, loneliness, and disconnection. Most describe me as a curious, enthusiastic therapist who helps them feel comfortable in their true selves. As a queer woman of color, I prioritize intersectionality in therapy and life.
I can do talk therapy or movement-based therapy. I’m trained as a dance and movement therapist (licensure pending, I work under awesome supervision). That doesn’t mean you need to learn dance steps! I can help you sidestep the tangled thoughts, get into your body, and get out of negative patterns.
I create a safe, nonjudgmental relationship where you can explore your own way of growing, healing emotionally, feeling heard, and connect with your relationships.
I identify as deeply spiritual. I’m experienced in making space for different traditions and viewpoints from organized religion to atheism. I’m a countercultural activist who roots for you to take ownership of your own joy. In my free time, I enjoys dance, exercise, cooking, painting, reading, and exploring the outdoors.