It's my personal mission to help others. I’ve endured roller-coaster emotions, doctors and therapists who didn’t understand me, twelve psychiatric hospitalizations, and a hopeless prognosis of "no chance at recovery" from Bipolar II disorder. Still, I made it through, got a Masters degree from Columbia University, and now I've built a life of stability, joy, and purpose. I used my journey as a springboard to find true happiness. Recovery is triumphant, and I want to help you to get there, too.
I have made it my mission to shout from the rooftops that recovery should be expected for people with mental illness. Sound like a bold statement? I invite you to connect with me, so that I can share more about why I believe this.