About me

Psychotherapist-in-training, teacher, researcher, and technophile with ten years experience working with college students. My background is in the humanities—I obtained a PhD from and taught at Cornell, during which time my research centered on issues of access and critical engagement with technological innovation.

I am a meditation teacher, currently completing training at The Interdependence Project. I integrate mindfulness practices into my therapy work with clients, including in the context of providing Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I run workshops on topics related to mindfulness and technology, such as “Mindful Consumption of Social Media,” and am committed to making mindfulness accessible to everyone, regardless of financial or geographical circumstances.

I am looking for further opportunities in the fields of college student mental health, technology, and mindfulness. Please feel free to get in contact!