Hi! I'm Paige

Thanks for visiting my little corner of the internet.

My approach

My therapeutic approach is compassionate, holistic, and highly collaborative. Meaning, you are the expert on your life – I am here to to support and empower you as we work towards your goals.

Together, we will explore how your family history, societal pressures, and unproductive thoughts have compounded over time and influenced your belief system so you can start to form new perspectives and have more self-compassion towards yourself.

But our sessions aren’t just for gaining insight; they’re also about making real, positive changes in your life.

We’ll incorporate CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), which will help you navigate your emotions in a healthier way, and adopt practical tools to stop you from panicking or getting caught up in a spiral of fear and worry.

My values

Below are 10 core principles I use to guide me in the work I do with my clients, and also in my personal life.


Together we will create a safe space for you to bring up what is on your mind, even if it's embarrassing, uncomfortable or taboo.


Humans are relational creatures that need connection in order to survive. We heal when we find connection to ourselves and to others.


I am a huge fan of Positive Psychology, and an optimist at heart. There are no bad feelings and there is no wrong path.


Creating a life that is unabashedly aligned with who you are takes courage and a lot of hard work, but is so worth it.


I believe strongly in the mind/body/spirit connection and view holistic health from a mental health perspective; not through the lens of physical appearance.


Gaining deeper awareness creates a solid foundation for change; accepting responsibility for what's within your control is just as critical.


Unjust racial systems, gendered expectations, and unrealistic standards of beauty have been impacting our collective mental health for generations; I welcome exploration of what living in our world has been like for you.


Self-discovery involves both learning and unlearning. We may need to dig up some old, deep-rooted beliefs so you can make space for new ones.


Learning to be present with your thoughts, your emotions, and your experience in the moment is one of the most valuable life skills one can develop.


A healthy dose of death awareness reminds us of what’s important. What do you need to love more deeply and live more freely?

My Professional Credentials

I am currently in the process of completing the MAPS MDMA-assisted Psychotherapy training program. I have also trained and/or taken coursework in the areas of Positive Psychology, Expressive Arts Therapy, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Biofeedback, Creativity and Spirituality in Healthcare, Jungian Psychology and the Hero’s Journey, Somatic Therapy, and more. I also taught mental health counseling graduate students at Teachers College, Columbia University.


Masters of Education, Mental Health Counseling, University of Florida, 2012 Specialist in Education, University of Florida, 2012 Bachelor of Science, Journalism and Public Relations, University of Georgia.

Licenses and Certificates

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), New York State, #008089, 2017

MAPS MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy Certification (in progress), 2021

Certificate of Study in Spirituality and Health, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2012

Professional Experience

Adjunct Professor, Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, 2022

Student Advisor, New York University, School of Professional Studies, 2016-2019

Counseling Intern, Behavioral Associates, New York, NY, 2016 – 2017

Functional Family Therapist, The Children’s Aid Society, Brooklyn NY, 2013 – 2014

Instructor, University of Florida, College of Education, Human Growth and Development, 2011 – 2012

Life Coach, North Florida Retirement Village, Gainesville, FL, 2011 – 2012

Counseling Intern, PACE School for Girls, Gainesville, FL, 2012

Graduate Peer Educator, University of Florida, Counseling and Wellness Center, Sexual Trauma Prevention Program (STRIVE) 2010 – 2011

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