I live in Philadelphia, PA where I have been in private practice since 2016. I first encountered the transformative power of psychoanalysis in high school as a teenager, reading texts of Freud and Lacan with some very unusual English teachers.
When people experience the freedom to speak to a neutral, nonjudgmental listener about anything that comes to mind, I believe their suffering can decrease. The ethics of psychoanalysis define my practice - an emphasis on confidentiality and non-judgment that are necessary conditions for free speech, as well as a non-normalizing approach to treatment - meaning I have no agenda for how you live your life; I’m here to help you liberate your desire.
License, Education, Affiliations
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Candidate Analyst, Board Member, Secretary, Web Coordinator
Philly Local Unconsciously Oriented Therapist Support group
Widener University, Philadelphia, PA
Masters of Social Work
Masters of Education in Human Sexuality
Columbia University, New York, NY
Bachelors of English and Comp Literature
Bachelors of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology