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Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I have lived in the Pacific Northwest long enough to call it home. I earned my master's degree in Social Work from the University of Washington and have worked with children, families, and adults in different capacities throughout my life. 

I have a deep commitment to advancing social justice and equality. I live in constant awe at the wonder, depth, and resilience of the human spirit. I consider it an honor to walk alongside clients on their path to healing and growth.

I chose to name my practice Open Hands. In a world that is not always welcoming or predictable, we often walk through life with clenched fists, filled with fear and self - doubt. Seeking help is an act of trust in ourselves and in others that requires that we open our hands to give and to receive. Therapy can help us create that opennes and allow us to gain deeper understanding of ourselves, our relationships, and our place in the world so that we can feel more confident and act more effectively -- so that we can live with open hands. 

I live and practice on the unceded ancestral land of the Duwamish people. I honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish people. Click here to learn more and support

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