Frequently Asked Questions

***My practice is currently full. ***

Since I firmly believe in therapy seekers connecting to professional support as immediately as possible, I have not been in the habit of keeping a waitlist. However, many trusted colleagues I typically refer to are also full up.

For additional resources, please take a look at the lower section of Find A POC Therapist.

If you would still like to explore the possibility of working with me, I encourage you to circle back in June… thanks for your patience!

I am serving clients in the greater NYC area seeking in-person sessions, which are more conducive to the somatic (at times, even hands-on) approaches I specialize in. While I was offering remote sessions out of necessity in the first year of the pandemic, I found that only working with about one-fifth of clients’ information (head and shoulders, rather than your whole body, plus interacting with a screen instead of being in the same room together) was too restrictive, and likely better suits traditional talk-therapy.

If you prefer therapy via telehealth, of course, there are numerous practitioners who have continued with virtual practices. Please take a look at Find A POC Therapist to guide your search for an online provider.
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