The Good Stuff
My goal is to provide quality mental health care to my clients in an inclusive and accepting space. The name “divergent” came from the idea that we all come to crossroads in our lives, and sometimes we need a little help choosing which path to take. Divergent also means “tending to be different.” My hope is that anyone who has ever felt different, judged, marginalized, or otherwise unaccepted can feel welcomed here.
I support individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities, faiths, ethnicities, races, ages, sizes, and abilities. I am an ally to the sex worker community and an advocate for all bodies. I consider social justice an integral part of clinical work and am dedicated to advocating for the rights of my clients, and to bring those historically made invisible into the narrative. I work with adult individuals and adolescents.
Black Lives Matter.
Areas of specialty:
Gender and sexuality
Inclusivity & Advocacy
I aim to make my practice a space where all feel welcomed and included. Accountability is critical, and dialogue on how I can improve is welcomed.
Research & Practice
I practice evidence-based techniques and engage in research on a continuous basis to provide the best quality care.
I value and respect the relationships I cultivate with my clients, colleagues, and community. Nonjudgemental care, compassion, and honesty is of utmost importance.