I am committed to utilizing an empowering, collaborative, and constructive approach to support you in achieving your potential and living a more fulfilling life. In my clinical practice, I adopt a comprehensive approach by integrating various psychotherapeutic methods as my primary focus. Pharmacotherapy will be provided as warranted. This allows me to tailor treatments to the specific needs of each patient, with a keen awareness of the complexities associated with cultural and racial identities. The objective is to collaboratively address your goals at a pace comfortable for you. I focus on emotions, identity, and interpersonal processes to enhance self-awareness and self-efficacy in your daily life.

Below, you will find the approaches integrated into my practice, accompanied by a brief explanation of their implementation and importance.


Provides rapid relief from acute symptoms, stabilizes mood, and complements psychotherapy by addressing the biological aspects of mental illness.

Individual Dynamic Psychotherapy:

Provides support and facilitates deep self-awareness, insight, and personal growth by addressing underlying psychological issues and relational dynamics.

Individual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT):

Equips individuals with practical skills to manage symptoms, improve mood, and cultivate healthier perspectives and behaviors.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT):

Helps individuals manage intense emotions, increase distress tolerance, reduce self-destructive behaviors, and improve relationships, especially for those with borderline personality disorder.

Couples Therapy:

Enhances relationship satisfaction, fosters deeper understanding and connection, and equips couples with tools to navigate challenges and sustain healthy partnerships.

Family Therapy:

Addresses systemic and multigenerational issues, promotes unity, and fosters    resilience by leveraging family support and resources for individual and collective well-being.

Trauma-Informed Psychotherapy:

Facilitates healing, reduces symptoms of trauma-related disorders, and promotes empowerment, resilience, and recovery.

Motivational Interviewing:

Builds intrinsic motivation, supports goal setting, and increases readiness for change, particularly effective in addressing ambivalence and resistance to change in various behavioral interventions.