I have the privilege of working with children, adolescents and adults experiencing a variety of challenges in life.
Children may need support with learning how to socialize, communicate and problem solve.
Young adults might be struggling with the demands of school, family, and friends. They may be struggling with what is expected of them and who gets to define their sense of fulfillment.
When these questions come up, it can lead to feelings of unease and even conflict, particularly during adolescence and early adulthood when we establish a sense of identity and belonging.
Adults may feel stuck in the demands from their day to day lives, from parenting to careers. They may need support with balancing their own needs with the needs of others and making sense of the many roles they play.
Calming and attuning to your experience, I am here to offer an exploration of these questions to build self-understanding that can lead to new attitudes, feelings and goals as life presents its challenges.
Blending and balancing the need for insight and understanding as well as the tools of healthy day-to-day coping, I approach therapy as a collaboration to meet the demands and stressors of this time in your life. The goal is to support you as you take a leap of faith into the therapeutic relationship to grow, change and thrive.
I am a Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW #83958) working under the supervision of Ariel Cohen, LMFT (#89828).
California State University, Long Beach
Master of Social Work, 2018
University of California, Los Angeles
Master of Arts, Higher Education and Organizational Change, 2015
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, 2013
Professional Activities and Memberships
Association for Clinical Social Workers