As a clinical social work graduate student, I have worked with people living with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, eating disorders, substance addiction, attachment trauma and interpersonal violence. I’m especially interested in working with people across diagnoses and backgrounds to develop self-compassion, coping skills, and creative lives. My unique approach to tarot as a therapeutic tool has been featured in New York Magazine‘s The Cut.
Since 2011, I have worked as a writer and editor in the field of behavioral and psychological science first as a publicist and editor at New Harbinger Publications and later as a freelance writer. My writing has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, VICE, and Psych Central.
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 head of the lineage, R. Sharath Jois. I am currently working as an assistant to authorized ashtanga teacher Meghan Kirk, who is the director of Mysore Philadelphia. Though it is not something I speak about often, my yoga practice is a spiritual path that informs everything I do.
I have been 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. I currently live and practice in Philadelphia.
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