I believe that culturally informed mental health is a central part of holistic health. It is important for community members to find affordable, professional care, that is client centered. I personally engage in this work because I truly enjoy creating healthy spaces for others while walking alongside them in the journey towards self discovery.

My approach is developed from an existential and family systems style, while being centered with the understanding that critical race theory plays an important role in the formation of American and American immigrant identity. This just means that I work alongside clients to explore the tough questions about how clients might understand themselves in relation to the world around them. As a result, discussions about race, microaggressions, and historical trauma are my areas of expertise.

I approach clients with a tranquil peace, and curious humility in order to adapt to any presenting concerns that might be brought into our therapeutic relationship. The experience of seeing a counselor is different for each person and may or may not always be effective given the numerous internal and external factors that may impact the outcome of your counseling experience. Though I cannot guarantee specific outcomes for counseling, I will provide ethical and professional services within my scope, experience, training, and educational background. I will gladly hear and discuss any concerns, questions, or suggestions you may have at any time throughout our counseling relationship.



  • Masters of Science, Counseling
  • Bachelors of Science, Black Studies