I joined the couple and family therapy community at Antioch New England in January 2022 after nearly a dozen years teaching and supervising in C/MFT higher education. I was attracted to the social justice mission of both the Antioch CFT programs and Antioch University as a whole. I see equity in relationships as the foundation for health, as well as the foundation for effective therapy, supervision, teaching, and leadership. I am passionate about distance learning as a tool for increasing access, inclusivity, and equity in the counseling professions, and one of my areas of focus as a scholar is on the theory and practice of distance education in couple and family therapy training.
Since becoming a therapist in 2006, my therapy work has also embodied my commitment to equity and compassion in relationships. I have worked in a variety of settings, including primary care, residential, outpatient, and in-home settings, consistently employing a social justice lens across these contexts. My style as both a therapist and a supervisor draws on multigenerational theories, humanism, and experiential therapy.