Ph.D. Candidate, Counseling Psychology, University of Florida
M.S., Counseling Psychology, Loyola University Maryland
I am interested in multicultural issues and social justice, identity development, vocational psychology, and training and supervision
Approach to Therapy
I conceptualize clients through a multicultural feminist perspective and use an integrative approach, incorporating relational-cultural, person-centered, emotion-focused, interpersonal, and mindfulness-based approaches. I strive to develop an egalitarian relationship and work collaboratively with my clients, building connection through empathy, acceptance, and genuineness.
Approach to Supervision
I strive to develop a strong, empowering supervisory relationship and use a developmental, feminist, and interpersonal approach in supervision. I aim to work collaboratively with supervisees to create goals and encourage self-reflection, interpersonal process, and exploration of strengths and growth areas.
Approach to Wellness
I enjoy spending time outside, listening to music, hanging with friends and family, and exploring new places.