modern therapy, brooklyn based

About Me

My approach is warm, authentic, and non-judgmental. I work from a relational perspective, meaning together we will use curiosity to explore and understand your emotional reactions, motivations, and thought patterns. Depending on the needs of my client, I will incorporate ACT, CBT, and DBT.  If you looking for help managing your OCD, I am trained in Exposure and Response Prevention. Together, we will help you face your fears, and respond differently, with the goal of breaking you out of the painful OCD cycle.

I am a graduate of Emory University and New York University, where I received my Masters in Clinical Social Work. I have experience working with all ages from my psychodynamic internship at the Training Institute for Mental Health, as well as cognitive behavioral coaching experience with AbleTo.


How long is a session?

 Individual sessions are 45 minutes.

Virtual or in person?

Some people lke the flexibility and accessibility of virtual therapy. Others love the opportunity to disconnect from technology and connect in person. I offer both in person and remote therapy. My office is in Park Slope, but I see clients throughout the state. 

How frequent are the sessions?

Most of my clients choose to come in once or twice a week. Consistency is important to the therapy process, but if another frequency feels better for you, let's have a conversation. 

Can I take a break from therapy?

Yes! While consistency is important, you are welcome to take a break and reach out when you are ready to restart. Everyone has a different therapy journey.

Can I use my insurance?

At this time, I am an out-of-network provider. However, I am happy to provide therapy invoices at the end of each month for my clients to submit to their insurance provider and file for reimbursement.

Cancellation Policy?

I will review my cancellation policy during our first session. If you need to reschedule that initial session, please let me know with at least 48 hours' notice.

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