Spiritual Counseling is the art of cultivating an empowering connection to our spiritual selves
About My Practice
As a spiritual counselor, my deepest joy comes from helping people discover and lean into their spiritual selves. As a Black trans woman, I am all to familiar with the destructive ideologies that surround the majority of organized religion. My goal is to help people learn to harness their spiritual intuition in ways that promote creativity, self-love, an orientation towards justice and healing. My practice is unapologetically Black, queer celebrating, trauma informed, interfaith and conscious of the individual nature of the spiritual experience. I aim to create a non-judgmental and nurturing space, where individuals can talk through, explore and cultivate their spiritual journeys.
I hold a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from Princeton Theological Seminary and am a candidate in the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at Rutgers University. I have a deep passion for helping folks kindle and engage with their spirituality outside of a traditional religious setting. I have worked both in a traditional church setting as well as in interfaith communities and strive to address and individual and personal aspect of everyone's spiritual journey.