I have always been drawn towards work that supports others. As a bay area native, my path towards becoming a therapist began by serving in counseling roles with teens, adolescents, and adults in San Francisco. Through Americorps, I worked at an emergency shelter for youth experiencing homelessness. Following this position, I worked at an alternative high school, supporting teens seeking jobs and internships.


During this time, I fell in love with the practice of yoga as a means to connect deeper with myself. I began meditating. I became involved in activities and communities that foster self-discovery and exploration. I participated in a yoga teacher training program, and the practice of yoga continues to inform my life and my work.

In my work I support those seeking a path to a life that feels more in alignment. I support people to feel at home inside of their bodies. I work with trauma slowly, helping clients build internal and external resources to be with the experience.

Clients have described me as patient, spacious, and supportive. I'm often told that I am a grounding presence. I see laughter as a resource for healing. 

In addition to seeing clients with the Center for Mindful Psychotherapy, I am a therapist at the Greenlight Clinic, a center serving teens and transition-age youth in the Presidio in San Francisco.


•  Masters in Integral Counseling Psychology  •  California Institute of Integral Studies

•  Bachelors in Global Studies  •  University of California, Santa Barbara

Not until we are lost, do we begin to find ourselves.
— Henry David Thoreau