I am a trilingual, virtual New York based Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a degree in Social Work from Columbia University. I have over 7 years of experience working with diverse populations of all backgrounds and ages, and I’m especially passionate about working with AAPI folks, first/second generation immigrants, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA communities. I specialize in anxiety, depression, racial and gender identity disparities, immigration, intergenerational trauma, and women’s issues.
I strive to foster authentic therapeutic relationships with my clients through culturally inclusive, anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed care. I specialize in psychodynamic, intersectional, and holistic approaches to psychotherapy. I believe representation matters greatly and as a queer bicultural therapist, I am committed to building a rapport founded on inclusivity, safety, and belonging. I believe in the unique dignity of every person and the power of restorative community healing. It would be my honor to be a part of my clients’ healing journeys and to help them gain the self awareness and empowerment needed to live their authentic truths.
Anxiety, Body Image, Cultural Issues, Depression, Immigration, LGBTQIA-Related Stress, Life Transitions, Racial Identity, Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem / Self-Confidence, Sexual Abuse, Trauma / PTSD, Young Adulthood