About me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy and an M.A. student in Mental Health Counseling at University of Cincinnati. My research is on the concept of “mental disorder” and the aims of the mental health community. Broadly, I am interested in Philosophy of Mental Health, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Science, Ancient Greek Philosophy, and psychotherapy. I have recently re-located to Georgia.

I grew up in Pittsburgh where I received my B.A. in Philosophy and Psychology from Duquesne University. After Duquesne I worked at a mental health group home and then moved to London and received my M.A. in Philosophy of Psychology from King’s College London. Before starting my PhD, I worked as a care facilitator and research assistant on a behavioral health research study in Baltimore.¬†Feel free to contact me! (they/them)