Where is your office located?
It’s in Baldwin Park.
855 Outer Road Orlando, FL 32814
What are your hours?
Sessions are available between 10 am and 6 pm.
After-hour sessions are available for an additional fee.
How long are sessions?
Sessions run 45 minutes to an hour.
Sessions that require more than an hour incur an additional fee, but we’ll discuss that rate before the session.
How do I set up an initial visit?
What is your cancellation policy?
With what age range do you work?
Do you work with women? Men? Couples?
I work with men and women. I work with couples under certain circumstances.
Can I talk politics in sessions?
Yes, you can!
I use an anti-oppressive model, which means politics can be discussed in sessions at your request. Discussing politics in therapy used to be taboo, but it can be very rewarding for patients, especially if it’s a stress point for them.
What do you do in session with clients?
We focus on the root of your trauma, stress, depressive episode, or anxious thoughts.
We adjust the nervous system by using mindfulness.
We heal the brain in a safe, resourceful environment using Brainspotting,
What is your professional training and experience?
I’m a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP), and trained in Brainspotting, Phases 1 and 2.
I have been a therapist for almost ten years, but I’m always finding new, effective techniques for my clients.
Where are you from originally?
I was born and raised in Jamaica, New York. I lived in NYC until I moved to Florida in 2012.
Are you a Gators or Seminoles fan?
While in graduate school, I lived with a couple who were University of Florida fans. But I went to Florida State and have seen the campus. So, I’m staying neutral for now!
What is your favorite season in Florida?
Whenever it’s NOT hot, so… winter, I guess??
Why do you live in Orlando?
When I was in NYC, my girlfriend needed to move to Orlando because her mother was sick. I decided to drop everything and move to Florida to be closer to her.
In 2014, that girlfriend became my wife!