Perspective Shift

Have you felt that despite your efforts you continue to feel anxious or unable to stop worrying? Perhaps you have unsuccessfully tried to make some changes and feel stuck? I believe that our thoughts directly influence our feelings and behaviors. Together, we can work to identify your strengths to foster a sense of self-awareness and create new perspectives.

I have specialized in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and primarily work with adolescents and adults to address issues related to anxiety, perfectionism, trauma, relationship difficulties, and post-adoption adjustment. This framework promotes increased understanding and regulation of emotions as well as healthy coping skills to handle challenges. 

I am accepting new therapy clients in Oxon Hill, Maryland. Therapy sessions can be provided in-person or online. I do not currently participate with any insurance plans and provide out of network services. Options are available to those seeking to submit claims for reimbursement. To schedule a free 15 minute consultation call please click the button below or send an email to


(Online Therapy)

It is evident that many people desire to engage in therapy but are hindered by restrictive schedules. Online therapy services are available for individuals located within the state of Maryland.

To schedule a free 15 minute consultation click the button or send an email to


Individual Therapy
By Appointment Only

Group Therapy
Now Enrolling for THRIVE GROUP: Women’s Anxiety Management!
(Summer 2019)
Wednesdays 7:00PM-8:15PM

Phone: (202) 618-0640

6710 Oxon Hill Road
National Harbor, MD 20745


Experience Treating

Generalized and Social Anxiety
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Panic Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Stress Related Health Issues (e.g. Insomnia)
Rigid Thinking
Cognitive Impairment
Transracial Adoption Support

National Harbor Area Office Features:
Ample FREE Parking
Easy Highway access from I-495 and I-295
Close proximity to DC and Virginia
Secure Entry to Building


Life can always change, you have to adjust. -Aubrey Graham