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I am a Licensed Certified Social Worker currently providing individual therapy with the Verge team on an in-office and telehealth basis at the Lexington location. I work with issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, life transitions, and issues at the intersection of spirituality, religion, and mental health.

My therapeutic approach is a holistic, biopsychosocial approach that looks at one’s relationships, mind-body connection, and our environment. I use a psychodynamic and relational approach along with Motivational Interviewing, and Polyvagal Theory, and CBT-informed practices. I take a strengths-based, person-centered approach to working with individuals. I am interested in how an individual makes meaning in their life and how we can refine that process to better serve them. I use a non-sectarian approach when clients are interested in spiritual, religious, and existential concerns which I trained in at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University.

My experience is that psychotherapy is a tool that can help us more deeply understand ourselves and reshape the stories we are living in; become more adaptable amidst life’s hardships; and experience greater freedom and creativity in work, intimacy, and life.

I received my Master’s of Social Work, Master’s of Theology and Ministry, and Bachelor’s in Management all from Boston College. I have worked with individuals across the lifespan from teens to clients in their eighties in individual therapy. I have worked in various community mental health and homelessness service settings as well as in higher education with young adults.

In my free time, I enjoy reading science fiction and fantasy, spending time in nature, doing a number of embodiment and movement practices, cooking, and watching cooking shows.

NOUN: The limit or point beyond which something begins or occurs.

VERB: To be in the process of change or transition into something else.

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