I am a second-year graduate student at Columbia University’s School of Social Work and I’m delighted to be serving as a clinical intern at this practice this academic year.
After receiving my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Hunter College of the City University of New York, I embarked on a clinical research career at a research group whose work rests on the cutting edge of prevention and intervention science within the realm of family psychology. Through my years of working with couples experiencing relationship distress, I’ve registered the importance of addressing their individual, social, and structural realities in assessment and treatment.
Collaboratively working with a therapist as you strive toward your goals of healing can be an act of liberation and an instrumental part of envisioning a just future for yourself and the world you live in. I believe that embedded in each of us are the tools and knowledge for self-reflection, growth, and healing.