From a young age, Isabelle has been curious about the human condition. This led her to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Columbia University. After graduating, she spent a year working at a nonprofit that offered assistance to youth living with disabilities. This experience helped confirm her interest and passion for human services, leading to her studies at Columbia School of Social Work.
As a classical violinist, singer/songwriter, and pianist, Isabelle finds joy in both listening to and performing music. She has found that music is not only an act of expression but a means to a deeper understanding of oneself and the world around us.
Approach & Values
Isabelle believes that therapy can be used as an outlet of expression, self-care, and healing; things everyone can benefit from. She provides a warm and open space where her clients can feel comfortable. By using a combination of psychodynamic, CBT and motivational interviewing techniques in her work, Isabelle helps her clients to better understand themselves and their environments so they can make changes, achieve their goals, and, ultimately, feel fulfilled.
Isabelle works with clients of all ages, but has particular insight and passion for working with young adults who are transitioning to and from college and into the adult world.
- College Transitions
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Healing Wounds from Childhood
- Interpersonal Issues
- Identity and Purpose
- Young Adults
- Children and Adolescents