My Approach to Helping
Who has not experienced anxiety, depression, life transitions, identity development, and relational challenges? I am a licensed psychologist in Doylestown, PA, and am licensed in PA and NY.
People who identify with more than one culture also have to deal with intersecting identities, intergenerational family conflict, and cultural adjustment challenges. Having multiple cultural and intersecting identities myself, I use a relational, exploratory and culturally sensitive approach to explore your relationship with yourself, your concerns, and the environment you live in. I also focus on concrete, specific, coping skills such as cognitive behavioral strategies and mindfulness that can tap into your existing strengths to understand, cope, and heal from the nature of your presenting concerns.
I also provide group therapy for stress management, relationships and supportive space for adults (18 years and above) including graduate students.
I provide consultation services for faculty and staff who often come across students experiencing mental health distress. Apart from workshops and presentations at the regional and state association, I was a community consultant and intervention specialist at Cornell University among other roles and have experience in working from a systems perspective.
Last but not least, I offer supervision services and bring a feminist, relational approach to supervision to consider contextual influences on your identity and work, in addition to the clinical work that you do.
I welcome any questions you may have and look forward to connecting and working with you!