Edward’s pronouns: he/ his
Edward is a New York-based student-intern out of Chicago’s Family Institute in collaboration with Northwestern University’s Master’s in Counseling Program.
Edward‘s approach to therapy is primarily psychodynamic in nature, albeit philosophically eclectic. In other words, Edward employs various theories and approaches to therapy depending on the unique needs and goals of each individual.
Edward works with individuals and couples of all backgrounds. While his emerging expertise is focused on the LGBTQ community – including trans, non-binary, and gender-fluid individuals – his work brings him to those who can no longer avoid the deep desire within to self-actualize and who are willing to address their personal plights, traumas, obstacles, and challenges within the broader contexts of self-growth and maturation.
Edward‘s rich experience in business, politics, academia, and civics often serves as a strong foundational (and relational) therapeutic tool. He boasts over twenty years of experience charging various functions at startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. He is also a contributing writer to and blogger for various online publications, including Huffington Post and the Thought Catalogue. You can view some of his articles here.
Edward holds a BA from Columbia, an MBA from NYU, and an MPA from Harvard.