Trauma complicates our relationship with choice and can make us feel stuck, and psychotherapy can be an enriching path to explore new ways of unfurling and unwinding. In my two decades of clinical experience, I have worked in inpatient and outpatient mental health settings such as The Children’s Assessment Center, the Council on Recovery, the University of Pittsburgh’s Medical Center’s Pediatric OCD IOP program, and most recently the Menninger Clinic. Helping you to access your unique voice and story is my utmost priority.

Expertise includes working with attachment and complex trauma, personality disorders, relationship issues and anxiety. I have post graduate training in psychodynamic therapy, psychoanalysis and several evidence-based interventions, including EMDR for trauma resolution. My approach is tailored to each person’s needs. Video and phone sessions are available.
A priority is enriching people’s relationship’s with their bodies. As a trauma-informed yoga teacher, I have rich experience in helping people move through the mental suffering which accompanies chronic pain and chronic health issues. Ofrezco servicios en espanol. Si eres inmigrante no te pedire papeles.
Q Are you seeing people in person right now?

I am currently only seeing patients via telehealth or phone during COVID-19 to safeguard the physical and emotional safety of people in my practice and community.

Q Do you take insurance?

I am not on insurance panels, but can provide you with with a written statement you can submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement as I can be considered an out-of network mental health provider. You may want to check with your insurance company for your out of network mental health benefits.

Q How much do you charge? Do you do sliding scale?

My regular fee is $195, but currently it is $175 due to our situation. I am willing to work with you financially.

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