I have worked in various clinical settings throughout my professional career. My first few placements were rooted in community mental health, where I provided therapy for children, adults, and families.
Additionally, I completed my formal Postdoctoral Fellowship at USC Disability Office and the Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity.
I believe in a collaborative, creative and respectful style to therapy for all of my clients. My approach is tailored to each individual by exploring how outside interactions with the world around us shape how we understand our own feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Therefore, I utilized elements of psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, attachment theory, relational, humanistic, and narrative theory techniques when working with my clients. By incorporating these various principles, I am able to assist you in not only understanding your sense of self, but fostering the change that you are seeking.