Psychotherapy Services
Teletherapy in MA, CA, and coming soon in VA

"Let me fall, if I must. The one who I will become will catch me."

~Ba'al Shem Tov

Succulents
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Succulents
You feel lost and unseen.
You feel alone, even in a crowded room.
You want to be your authentic self, but it doesn't always feel safe, and people tell you you're too
sensitive when you dare to say that out loud.
When you finally work up the courage to ask for all of the many facets of your identity to be
respected, you're made to believe you're asking too much.
You keep going around and around, dealing with the same pain inside of yourself.
You keep going around and around, dealing with the same issues with the people in your life -
people you love, but who don't always understand or honor all the parts of you.
You've tried to be the person the world expects you to be...
But sometimes you just feel like you're going to burst.
You yearn to be your whole self...
But sometimes you don't even feel like you know who YOU really are.
I can help.
I specialize in inclusive, affirming psychotherapy with college students, graduate students, and other emerging adults dealing with a range of issues, including but not limited to:
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Family of origin
  • Concerns related to identity within traditionally marginalized populations, including LGBTQ+, communities of color, and others
  • Gender issues
  • Identity exploration and development
  • Personal empowerment 
When life feels hard, it's because life IS hard -- not because you're doing it wrong!
All sessions are held remotely, via tele-therapy, using a confidential, encrypted video platform called doxy.me
Before we meet for the first time, I offer a free, 15-minute phone consultation in which we will begin to explore whether whether working with me is the right fit for you. At the end of this call, a recommendation will be made about what our work might look like going forward, or whether a referral to a different resource might be the best option. If we agree to move forward, therapy then starts with an intake appointment (45 minutes), in which we will begin to get to know one another and come up with a more in depth plan for our work together.
If we decide to work together in ongoing therapy, sessions will be weekly or bi-weekly, depending on need and availability. Ongoing sessions will be 45 minutes.