I create spaces to speak and listen differently, honoring the subjective singularity of clients grappling with their histories, culture, fantasies, and baffling relationship patterns.
I use my qualitative research degree in Psychology from the University of West Georgia to publish writings at the nexus of psychology and Internet culture. A book adaptation of my dissertation entitled Internet Addiction is now available through Routledge.
Neighbourhoods is a framework for social apps on the distributed web 3.0, built on Holochain. I lead communications and sit on the product council, raising awareness about the social impact of distributed tech and designing for a more open, community-centered internet.