Fit in everywhere and nowhere at the same time? I get it. I help diverse women who juggle multiple cultural identities heal. Maybe you’re the child of immigrants, multiracial or a racially ambiguous chameleon, an expat, “third culture kid”, bilingual (or sad you lost your parent’s language), feel culturally displaced, part of a religious minority, or just don’t quite fit into any one box. You probably feel suffocated by the drive to overfunction, perform, and be what everyone else needs you to be. You might find it hard to get your own needs met and feel unsettled in yourself and your relationships.
This is where I come in, I am here to walk beside you to co-create radically new ways of being, relating, and living. What you need matters. In our work together, we will get to the root cause of your protective patterns of over working and find more compassionate ways of showing up for yourself.
You deserve to give yourself what you need. You also deserve to work with a therapist who is actually culturally-responsive and doesn’t use it as a buzz word. Schedule a consultation session to see if you feel any “sparks” or get a gut feeling that this might actually work. You can book an initial consult directly on my website. See you soon, you got this!
*Note: I am comfortable working with clients outside of the U.S. if regulations in your country allow it. If you are interested in pursuing therapy with me and live outside of the U.S. please reach out. I will do my due diligence to determine whether or not your country allows foreign therapists outside of your country to provide virtual psychotherapy services to its residents. I have worked with clients in countries like Ireland and Iran. With some research and problem solving we can figure out whether or not it is admissible for us to work together. International clients are taken on a case-by-case basis. Simply shoot me an email at email@example.com and we’ll take it from there!
- CredentialsLCSW-C, LICSW, CCTP-II
- Address4328 Farragut St
- More InfoPhone: 301-304-8020Client Focus:
- Cultural Identify
- Domestic Abuse
- Family Conflict
- Life Transitions
- Racial Identity
- Sexual Abuse
- Third Culture Kid Experience
Nationality: American, MoroccanAccepts insurance: no
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