“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” - Anais Nin
My counseling practice is currently full. If you would like information about my waiting list, which is 4-5 months long, you can do so using the Contact form above. However, the fastest way to receive support from me is through my 30 day programs and e-courses.
Most people find me because they're experiencing intense anxiety around normal life transitions. But they quickly learn that the anxiety is an opportunity into a profound level of healing that they never knew possible. In other words, relationship anxiety actually has little to do with one's partner but is an opportunity to heal deep-seated false beliefs about love, marriage, and self-worth. As such, my counseling practice has grown over the last fourteen years from a specific focus on the marriage transition to a wide lens approach to helping people transform their anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, loneliness, and lack of fulfillment to serenity, aliveness, and joy.
Transitions are doorways to healing. Imagine that when you're in transition you're holding up a sieve to your psyche: the healthy, clear water easily flows through and what remains in the sieve are nuggets of your core issues, shining in the sun. You can view these issues as irritations and try to ignore them, or you can learn the tools you need to begin to heal them. The core issues typically center around the following areas:
- Need to control
- If I'm not my (work, mother, success) identity, who am I?
- Childhood issues
I rely on many tools in my counseling practice. At the core of my work is a profound respect for the mysteries of the human psyche and the struggles inherent to life. My expertise in the field of transitions informs the work, as does my training in Jungian psychology, journaling, and mindfulness.
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