Your life can be different.
You can find joy, peace, and enhance your sense of self-worth.
You can feel calm, curious, and nonreactive to the circumstances of your life.
You can simply feel better.
The idea of feeling better might seem achingly far away or foreign, but feeling better is absolutely within your reach. You were born with an innate capacity for feeling peaceful, joyful, and connection to others and yourself. But along the way we have life experiences that cause us to forget these aspect of our true nature.
Therapy and coaching are both paths to insight.
You can become aware and conscious of your behavior. You can learn how your thinking and beliefs impact the way you behave, ultimately leading to the results you have created in your life. You can release past experiences that are inhibiting you from living your true potential.
The way you want to feel and the life you want to have are possible for you.
I see my role as therapist and a coach to be one where I serve you as you remove your barriers, be with your difficult parts, explore difficult emotions, and process challenging experiences. Therapy and coaching are an opportunities to improve your relationship with yourself and ignite the remembering of your true nature as love. I am your guide, your witness, and hold the space so you feel safe and capable of discovery and change.
I have studied and experienced various methods of healing. Through my studies and experience, I teach others how to live calmly and how to create a life that feels more manageable and less overwhelming. It is a gift to watch my clients evolve and be the creators of their lives. I support my clients using a combination of the healing modalities that I found were instrumental to my own transformation: supportive talk therapy. Brainspotting, Yoga and Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Nutrition, Exercise, and Meditation.
I specialize in women’s emotional well-being. From maidenhood to motherhood and beyond, I am honored to serve mothers, emerging adults and adult women. As a mother myself, I see the immense value of supporting mother’s with babies and small children. My belief is that as we take care of ourselves, we will take better care of our children. I also see the tremendous importance of supporting the “maiden,” the late teen and twenty something woman who is navigating the world on her own and defining herself. If she decides to parent one day, she will be more equipped to manage the shift in identity and have a greater understanding of her behavior. And beyond, the woman who is entering perimenopause, menopause and once again redefining herself, her role in the world, and all that comes with these shifts.