I’m a Creole individual who grew up in a mixed-race household in the Bay Area. My identity is a direct byproduct of the joining of privileged and oppressed identities, and allows for me to better identify the unique ways in which others navigate their relationships based on their own identity. I’m queer identified and use she/her or they/them pronouns.
If you’re looking to work with me, it means that you’re someone who’s curious about developing new insights about yourself, and/or your relationships to other people.
I am committed to ensuring that members of the African Diaspora have access to clinicians like myself who have firsthand knowledge of the intergenerational trauma associated with displacement, as well as the impacts of colorism, and racism within the United States.
My current licensure is as a Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. My clinical work is supervised by Lindsay McGrath, MS, LMFT. I am also a Level 2 Certified Gambling Addiction Counselor (CGACII).