I work with adolescents and adults experiencing eating and body image concerns, and anxiety/perfectionism/shame, as well as people navigating transitions and identity exploration. I also work with parents and partners of folks with eating disorders to help support and guide them in caring for their loved one and themselves. I further specialize in treating athletes with eating disorders and/or other mental health concerns. My approach is tailored to each individual and integrates ACT, CBT, DBT skills, and interpersonal interventions, as well as mindfulness and self-compassion techniques. I am also trained in Family Based Therapy (FBT) for Anorexia Nervosa. I strive to bring cultural humility to my work and to practice with sensitivity to issues of diversity and identity. I work part-time in private practice and part-time as a clinical assistant professor within the Stanford University School of Medicine (working remotely from Santa Barbara). In addition to my clinical work, I am also involved in teaching, training, and mentoring psychology doctoral students within the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium.