I am a Brooklyn-born Haitian, and have been inspired and encouraged by many people in my life to pursue a major in Social Work.I attended Yeshiva University in NYC and received my Master of Social Work degree in 2009. I am licensed in Maryland and DC, and am a Certified Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist. I’ve worked at John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center as a psychotherapist and provided individual therapy to transitional youths, families, adults, and those with special needs. Being a recent liver transplant survivor, I understand and appreciate how much therapy can help by providing mental and emotional support during difficult and stressful times. Family and community are everything to me. I am married with two children and have an amazing, supportive local community and extended family. I can’t wait to build a supportive, caring and effective therapeutic relationship with you.
What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?
In our first session, we'll start with a brief introduction, discuss why you are seeking therapy, review some of the important questions from the assessment questionnaires, and create treatment goals.
What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?
Christian Counseling Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Emotionally Focused Family / Marital Intervention Motivational Interviewing Person-Centered Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Reality Therapy Solution Focused Brief (SFBT) Structural Family Therapy
Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.
No one should have to walk alone in this world. Therapy is a community that provides support, empathy, trust, awareness, and clarity. With over 12 years of clinical experience, I am dedicated to being a part of that community for my clients. I am a Certified Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist, and I specialize in treating anxiety, grief and loss, depression, mood disorders, and trauma. I work with all clients from various backgrounds; ranging from children to adults.