I research identity development in context, using qualitative methodology and ecological systems theory. I also look at intercultural relationships related to sexual issues in counseling.
My clinical work is grounded in interpersonal process and utilizes the language of intersectionality, connection, relationship, development, and context. In addition to individual counseling, I facilitate mindfulness meditation groups and process groups aimed at building interpersonal connection. My master’s degree is in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
I have 16+ years experience in mind-body fitness as a movement instructor and meditation teacher. I’m certified to teach Kripalu yoga, the Gyrotonic Expansion System, and The Pilates Method. This experience informs my clinical counseling practice and I often integrate movement and mindfulness into psychotherapy.