Speaker. Writer. Chef.

Thinking about getting off of antidepressants?

Your future self is going to thank you so hard.

Antidepressant withdrawal is real. You don’t have to do it alone.


After 15 years on antidepressants…

I found myself dangling halfway out my 30th story Manhattan window, contemplating the amount of time it would take to hit the ground. While I was doing the math, this thought passed through my mind:

I’ve been antidepressants since I was 15 years old. I’m 30. I’ve been medicated for half my life, and for my entire adult life. Who the hell am I if I’m not on medication?

I had to find out. So I booked a one-way ticket to Malaysia and began to get off all the drugs, one by one by one by one by one.

Then, I entered into antidepressant withdrawal. And all hell broke loose.


My Mission

Antidepressant withdrawal is a rarely talked about, poorly understood, and often ignored aspect of our current mental health system. I am not a doctor or therapist and I don’t give medical advice, but I know one thing for sure: getting off antidepressants was a hell of a lot harder than getting on them.

At no point during my fifteen years in the psychiatric system did any doctor, therapist, or pharmacist mention antidepressant withdrawal or the possibility of life after antidepressants. I refuse to let that happen to anyone else.

My personal mission is to help others transition from a life on antidepressants to a beautiful life without them. Think of me as your Withdrawal Cheerleader, or that friend who knows exactly what you’re going through and believes, with every fiber in her body, that it is possible to get off and stay off the antidepressants for good. Because if I did it, then so can you.

And I promise, it is so so so worth it.


My Method

One on One Support

It’s all about you

We work together to create plan that works for you. Want weekly support? Great! Need twice daily check ins? I can do that, too. Text, phone, video — whatever you need, I’m here to support you.


Breathe Deep

our breath is our remote control

Breath is our body’s most powerful tool. With each breath, we send our brain crucial bits of information: Are we stressed or are we calm? As an XPT Certified coach, part of my method involves teaching you breath work tools that help you calm down and center in the moments when you need it most.



The key to long term healing

During times of transition, self-compassion can be hard to come by. While it’s your therapist’s job to help you identify and resolve trauma, it’s my job is to help you center yourself and focus on the long-term goal. Often, that comes finding self-compassion for the parts of yourself that are still fighting to heal. I believe that a deep understanding of this practice is the key to long term emotional health.



Given the unique nature of each person’s needs, my pricing structure varies. Please contact me for an estimated quote.