With gratitude to those who came long before us all, I’m glad you’re here.
You give a lot of yourself, and you take your responsibilities pretty seriously. You’re considerate of other people’s needs, sometimes to the detriment of your own. Maybe it’s been hard for you to prioritize your own feelings, as it always seems like you’ll be letting someone else down if you do. You’re grateful for what you have, yet doubts and fears hide beneath the surface. You may be moving through a transition now, facing your own anxiety, grief, and everything else that comes with change. You’re still showing up for those you care about, and you could also be longing for a more authentic, balanced, and empowered way of being you.
I’m here to support you in facing your darkness, so you can shine your light. No one can take away the losses and fears that go hand-in-hand with change, but you can absolutely learn to center, strengthen, and support yourself through them. You can become more and more adept at finding the answers you need inside. If you’re thinking, that all sounds lovely but how? To begin this conversation, sign up for my newsletter and receive a free gift: 3 Things You Can Easily Do to Love Yourself Anytime, Anywhere plus bonus audio, Why Self-Help Tools May Not Always Work.
If you’re wondering, who is this woman and can she really help me? Click here to find out more about me and my approach. If you’ve come because you’re interested in exploring personal healing and empowerment work together, there are many different ways we can begin:
- Holistic Psychotherapy (phone or video)
- Release & Empower: An Online Self-Healing Practice Community for Therapists and Other Helping Professionals
- Personal and Community Ceremonies for Major Life Transitions
- Public Teaching and Upcoming Events
- Books: When You’re Having a Hard Time: The Little Book That Listens (Pandemic Edition, released June 2020) & Lessons of Labor (MSI Press: 2015)
If you’re not quite sure what you need but you’d like to ask some questions about working together further, contact me with a short message by phone or email, or just fill out this form. I look forward to connecting with you.
May your road be gentle wherever you’re headed,