At different times in our lives, one of the most profound questions we ask ourselves is: Who am I?
I invite you to engage in a process, which affirms the uniqueness and complexity of your identity and life experience, considers the social culture in which we live, and ultimately allows you to become more fully who you are.
I bring sensitivity to diversity and multicultural issues and a commitment to social justice to my work.
My practice is feminist, queer positive, and LGBTQ affirmative. I work with individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities, including those who are questioning where they fit on the continuum.
I am also passionate about supporting parents and families in their journey of accepting family members whose identities are unlike their own.
Being a witness to personal growth, transformation, and self-acceptance provides me with hope.