An important part of being a mental health clinician is contributing to the communities I serve through my understanding of collective trauma, community stressors, and political advocacy. A few ways to do that are through publications, speaking engagements, and educational opportunities. I earned my Master of Arts in Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles with an emphasis in Applied Community Psychology. I am trained in looking at large scale trauma from a community level lens and supporting recovery and healing from empowered and preventative approaches. I use the Community Narration Approach to help organizations more closely align their missions and values with the populations they serve. Learn more about some of my work below!