Psychotherapist, Clinical Coordinator & Supervisor

Pronouns: he/him/his

I believe that we all carry a multitude of identities and experiences that shape the way we move through the world. It is my intention to understand your unique perspective and welcome all pieces of you in a non-judgmental space. Navigating the world with one or more stigmatized identities can bring up shame, anxiety and heavily impact our sense of self. I offer a welcoming and affirming space for you to shed some of this weight.

I partner with you to attend to the sore spots in your life and celebrate your areas of strength and resilience. I believe therapy is a great way to stay in conversation with yourself and build practices that work best for you. 

Through a relational approach I use metaphor, humor, authenticity and a strengths-based lens to invite in and explore your many layers and nuances. Take what you need, leave what you don’t - this is your space.

I have specialized training and expertise in working with: gender, sexuality, poly/non-monogamy, kink, BDSM, taboo and/or stigmatized forms of BDSM and role play, fetishes, Sex workers/people with experience trading sex, Pro Domme/Pro Submissive experiences, Leather, Parenting and blended families (and the interaction of gender, sex and sexuality in these dynamics), Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum, Familial conflict, Asexuality, Aromanticism, Gay men's communities Body dysmorphia (with regards to body size, gender identity, trauma, race-based beauty standards and more), Survivorship (of interpersonal and systemic violence), Intimate partner violence, dating abuse, domestic violence, Survivors of childhood sexual abuse, Body image, self esteem, chronic illness/pain, PTSD, Complex PTSD, Relationships Intimacy & desire, Grief & loss, Immigrant experiences

Education: Master of Social Work from Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work


New York University's Clinical Supervision Certificate Program, In progress
Hudson Perinatal Consortium, Certified Birth Doulo