Deciding to go to therapy is not an easy thing to do. Women of color are often told to suck it up, get over it, and be strong. But sometimes, being strong means knowing when to ask for help. Being strong means admitting to ourselves that we can’t do it all on our own, and that’s okay. Oftentimes, we may not even be able to recognize all the difficult situations we’ve been through and all the challenges we have come up against. Traumatic experiences in childhood and/or adulthood that we have not had a chance to deal with may now be catching up to us.
This is why I feel so honored to walk alongside clients as they navigate this healing journey. You don’t have to go it alone. I practice from a feminist, multicultural, and trauma-informed lens, which in-part means that I view each client as a whole person by considering their journey and context and try my best to create a safe environment to hold space.
Seeking help can be challenging but also quite rewarding. You deserve to feel safe, supported, seen, and heard. You deserve to feel confident and empowered and not as though you must always put your needs on the back burner. If you’re looking for a sign to start therapy, here it is. All of you is welcome here.

Texas Woman's University- Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology
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