In 2020, I was interviewed by Alexandria Johnson with the Amsterdam News in an article called "Juggling political activism and mental health, from five Black professionals". As a BIPOC individual, it was crucial for me to take on this work and be a representative face for others within my community. I wanted to ensure that individuals from underrepresented communities had access to a therapist who understood their unique experiences, struggles, and cultural nuances. It's important for me to create a safe and supportive space for my clients where they can feel seen, heard, and validated. I believe that having a therapist who understands their identity and cultural background can make all the difference in helping them overcome their challenges and improve their mental health. Read more here, "Juggling political activism and mental health, from five Black professionals".