About My Clients
I specialize in working with those who are seeking to heal from narcissistic abuse, high-conflict, rejection, abandonment, and other relationship traumas in parent-child, intimate partner, and friendship wounds including high-conflict relationships, rejection, and abandonment. My clients seek to have a deeper connection and intimacy in meaningful relationships; and together we works towards achieving this goal in a safe, supportive, insightful, and non-judgmental space in therapy.
My Background and Approach
I offer clients insight, attachment-based, and person-centered therapy frameworks. I also used cognitive behavioral, DBT, and narrative therapy interventions in treatment. I tailor my treatment methods to each client, based on their needs and where they are in their healing process. I believe that my job is to assist clients on their healing journey without being judgmental. I have a variety of education, training, and work experience that has prepared me to work with diverse backgrounds and allowed me to practice from a culturally sensitive lens. In addition to be culturally aware and sensitive, I am a certified domestic violence counselor which has provided in depth education and experience in working with clients who have a history of relationship trauma. In addition to my therapy practice, I also offer a variety of free resources to clients on my website, which are presented on my blog, podcast, Youtube channels, and newsletter. Please sign up or follow today.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I believe that my clientele is an extension of me. Therefore, I work with clients whom I can identify with and that can identify with me through shared cultural experiences. I am passionate about cultural sensitivity and humanity. I continue to be an advocate for the Black Lives Matter movement. In addition to being an advocate for the movement, I also have experience in working with correctional healthcare setting, so I am well aware of the dynamics that can develop in those systems. I am an ally of those who have disabilities and identify with being LGBTQIA.