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My Philosophy

Seeking help is not shameful, it's courageous.

In society, talking about sex is still seen as taboo. But why? I strongly believe it shouldn't be, simply because it's human to crave intimacy, sex, and everything involved. Perhaps you're struggling with maintaining a "spicy" connection with a partner, looking for a relationship, or experiencing difficulty navigating through life.

I understand that in BIPOC communities, sex is taboo and off-limits to talk about even when we need help. I pull from personal and professional experience to treat relationship incompatibility, sexual issues, and trauma, particularly in minority communities. I provide therapy services to individuals and couples looking to improve themselves and thrive.


Below are the top specialties I treat. Please reach out for a consultation to see if we are a good fit!

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Interracial Relationships

Interracial relationships form when two people from different races unite as a couple. Interracial relationships can pose various social and personal challenges, which can be difficult to navigate.

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Communication Challenges

Having trouble with difficult conversations or being emotionally vulnerable? In couples therapy, we discuss ways to communicate more effectively with each other.

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Sexual Traumas/PTSD

I have experience helping sexual assault survivors work through past trauma and regain control and empowerment.

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Self-Esteem and Confidence

Through self-reflection and taking a strengths approach, we can rebuild confidence in yourself.

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Desire Discrepancy

Having different sexual libidos doesn't mean the relationship has to be over. There are many ways and variations of connection that have not yet been discovered.

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Are you having trouble dating on the apps? Trying to get more matches? In therapy, we can learn ways to prevent dating fatigue and how to find a compatible partner!

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