I knew early in life that I wanted to help others live better lives. My formative years were colored with obstacles and hardships that required me to draw from the power of resilience at a very young age.
The experiences of my life have left me with a profound capacity for empathy and understanding as well as a passion for helping others advocate for their own lives. This, coupled with an innate inclination towards being a seeker, naturally led me to the field of Psychology.
My education and training has provided me with valuable knowledge about different theories, interventions and mental health disorders, however it is my life experiences that make me truly good at what I do and capable of helping others on their own paths. My quest to find meaning and purpose within my own life has led me to believe whole-heartedly in the healing power of compassion, tolerance, and human connection.
In addition to being a Clinical Psychologist (PSY23667) I am also a mother, which has significantly shaped my perception of self, others, and the world. As I am on a lifelong journey of self-discovery, I was profoundly impacted by the transition into motherhood. I have come to believe that we all come into this world with a great capacity for being loved and loving in return; there is no greater reminder of the pureness of the human spirit than looking into the eyes of a child.