In addition to years of studying the art of tarot, I bring ten years’ training in mindfulness, compassion, and yogic-based therapeutic approaches which I have studied, written about, and trained in during my time as an editor and consultant in the psychology and self-help book publishing field.
I am currently undergoing graduate level clinical training to practice psychotherapy. I have worked in clinical settings with people in recovery from eating disorders and drug and alcohol addiction, and people living with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and PTSD. I’m especially interested in working with people to develop self-compassion, coping skills, and creativity.
I have also studied ashtanga yoga for nearly a decade, and have taken in-depth practice with some of the most esteemed teachers in the lineage including the current lineage holder, R. Sharath Jois. I am currently in apprenticeship with authorized ashtanga teacher Meghan Kirk, director of Mysore Philadelphia, where I am also co-facilitating a donation-based Ashtanga for Recovery program.
I have been profoundly influenced by the people and landscapes of the places I’ve lived and traveled, namely New Orleans, Jamaica, Central America, India, Northern California and New England. In addition to reading, teaching, writing about and studying psychology, spirituality and tarot, I am also a freelance behavioral science writer. My work has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, VICE, and Psych Central.
I currently live and practice in Philadelphia.
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