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About Maggie

My pronouns are she/they

Let me start by saying that I believe humans are incredible. We have the capacity to heal ourselves from pain and suffering of all forms - physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and beyond. 

My goal is to help you suffer less.

I will provide the space, compassion, and expertise to guide you on your journey to finding home within yourself. 


Through compassionate and contemplative self reflection we can validate, challenge & change unhelpful narratives that contribute to your suffering.

We will validate and explore current themes within your suffering that might be holding you back; while simultaneously identifying and integrating new skills to help you move forward. 

Who am I? / Who am I becoming

Human Being (noun | verb)

Humans are both existing and evolving in each & every moment.

We use what we know, to inform what we want to become, and how we become it.  


I return to these reflections, in both my personal & professional practice - and will encourage you to do the same!

Learn more about my background, current activities, & passion projects!

Academic & Clinical Experience

Current Practice: Private Practice Therapist and Owner in New York State / Clinician at Virtual PHP and IOP Program

Clinical Focus: Eating Disorder Treatment

License to Practice Therapy: LCSW in New York State

Specialized Experience: Eating Disorders, Substance Misuse & Abuse, Impact of Family Addiction Issues 

Academic Degrees: (M.S.W.) Masters in Social Work: Clinical Track, Fordham University - 2017
  (B.S.) Public & Community Health, Ithaca College - 2013

Practice Setting Experience: Outpatient, Intensive-Outpatient Program (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Residential Treatment Center (RTC)

Therapeutic Style: Collaborative, Validating, Dialectic, Optimistic, Strengths-based, Evidence-based, Humorous

Evidence-based Modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Parts Work Therapy, Humanistic Therapy

Mutual Aid, Pro Bono, & Passion Projects

Mutual Aid: Union Settlement's Johnson Counseling Center - 90-minute workshop

"Disproportionate Assessment, Diagnosis, & Access to Treatment for Eating Disorders in BIPOC Communities: What’s Going On and How Can We Use This Information To Improve"

Pro Bono: St. Joseph's University's School of Nursing - 60-minute workshops 

"The Importance of Using a Multidisciplinary Approach in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Addiction"

Passion Projects: The Collective: Peer Supervision Group - 60-minute weekly peer supervision group

Songs for Humanity: A Musical Review - 60-minute concert to promote mental health awareness & raise funds for non-profit agencies

"Fun Facts"

Identity: I am Queer, Neurodivergent, & Recovered from an Eating Disorder!

Hobbies: Reading, Writing, Singing, Piano, Dance

Loves: Books, Nature, History, Philosophy, Animals, Humans

Pets: I have a 10-year old dog named Shaymus! 


“I can't be a pessimist because I am alive."

-James Baldwin 

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