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About me
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.  I have over two decades of experience working with individuals across a life span.  I have expertise in foster care and adoption, women's health, infertility, perinatal support (including postpartum depression and anxiety), and identity development.  I also have extensive experience working with the LGBTQIA+ population.  I approach each client where they are and develop individualized treatment plans drawing from eclectic therapeutic modalities.  I strive to honor each individuals' uniqueness and am committed to working together with an anti-bias lens.
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As a queer-identified person myself, I engage the LGBTQIA+ community with both lived and professional experience. I honor the resilience of LGBTQI+ people, who are fighting to live authentically and freely. I assist clients in their journey through questioning, coming out, exploring their sexual orientations and gender identities as well as the decision to move forward with medical transitions. I affirm all romantic and sexual relationship formations and family make ups.  
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I have worked in adoption for over 15 years. I am also an adoptive parent. I have worked with both the foster care system and private domestic adoptions. I have supported all members of the adoption triad (birth parents, adoptive parents, and adoptees) and seek to make safe spaces to explore all the feelings and emotions expressed during the adoption process. I have also assisted clients on search and reunion with birth families. I work closely with adoptive parents on talking with their children about their adoption story. My expertise in adoption includes transracial adoption and working with families on understand their role and commitment when adopting transracially.

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I have extensive experience working with families who are struggling with infertility, high-risk pregnancies, and postpartum issues . Statistics show that 1 in 7 women who give birth will experience some form of postpartum depression. Managing the overwhelming demands of parenthood can be difficult and I strive to put people at ease and offer a space to process these feelings.

  • 1208 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
  • Virtual and In-person ***Please note I also have an office 1 day a week in Nashua NH***

I accept cash, check, and venmo as forms of payment. While I am only in network with BCBS, I can provide self pay clients with an invoice bill to submit to their insurance company for personal reimbursement if needed. Feel free to reach out for a free consultation.