Presenting Concerns – Children: ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Concerns, Grief/Loss, LGBTQIA+, Mood Disorders, Peer Issues – Social Skills, PTSD/Trauma
Presenting Concerns – Adults: ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Concerns, Grief/Loss, LGBTQIA+, Life Transitions, Mood Disorders, Peer Issues – Social Skills, PTSD/Trauma, Women’s Issues
I earned my Master’s degree at Adler University in Clinical Psychology where I am currently pursuing my PsyD in Clinical Psychology. I am learning meaningful insights and honing my skills in evidence-based interventions to best work with clients from various backgrounds and concerns.
My approach to therapy is rooted in empathy, active listening, and creating a safe and nonjudgmental space. I previously interned in a neuropsychological practice with individuals with neuropsychological and neurodevelopmental concerns, such as ADHD and learning disabilities, mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and trauma. As each person’s experiences are unique, I am committed to tailoring sessions to meet specific needs and goals and am dedicated to helping clients find their authentic selves and learn how to navigate their concerns with tailored tools and interventions. In a collaborative manner, we can explore thoughts, emotions, and other concerns to facilitate change and personal development in a manner that is most comfortable to each person.
When I am not in a session or class, you can find me reading one of the many books that are in my “to-read” pile, exploring Chicago’s farmer’s markets and bookstores, listening to K-pop, catching up on TV and movies, cuddling my friend’s goldendoodle named Macy, or trying different cuisines and restaurants.