I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor serving individuals virtually in North Carolina and Massachusetts. I assist those experiencing eating disorders, body shame, anxiety, trauma, or struggles with transition and relationships. My therapeutic style is warm, genuine, direct and empathic. I firmly believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person. My clients have told me in our work they feel empowered and affirmed. I aim to help clients identify their own strengths, assist them in finding their voice, and hold hope for them when they cannot.

The lenses I utilize in therapy are anti-oppression, relational cultural, and a deep belief in the body wisdom each person holds. Modalities I utilize flexibly and interchangeably include relational, person centered, attachment informed, somatic, trauma informed, CBT, DBT, ACT, and IFS. I have completed Level 1 of the Embodied Recovery Training, a trauma-informed, relationally oriented, and somatically integrative approach to the treatment of eating disorders that draws from the latest research in traumatology, interpersonal neurobiology, and child development.

I am actively engaged in the Health at Every Size, Size Acceptance, and Body Liberation movements. Previous to my graduate clinical training in Holistic Studies at Lesley University, I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies from Oberlin College. My undergraduate research focused on feminist perspectives on diet culture, eating disorders, intersection of class, race, and gender, and gender based violence.