The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”
— Joseph Campbell

I believe that no matter where you come from, you and I want the same three things: to feel safe, accepted, and connected to something larger than ourselves.  It seems like a simple list to achieve but it is not.  The search for these things can lead us to feel anxious, depressed, or numb.  There can be a strong  disconnect between our ideal selves and the person we currently are.  I am passionate about giving men and women a secure place to share their thoughts and feelings in order to come back to the core of who they are and what they want for their lives.  



About My Practice

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Partners in Self-Discovery


I approach my clients with the understanding that I am a guide through their own lives. You are the expert; not me. My role is to listen and create a safe space for us to approach often painful and difficult circumstances with self-compassion and care. We are partners in your self-discovery.

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Life can be hard.  It throws change and unexpected hardship our way.  We all have insecurities, fears, and a deep desire to feel heard.  I hope our time together will reveal how seasons of uncertainty can actually be beautiful opportunities to reimagine and redefine your life.  You are in control of your future.

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Honoring Your Story

Your story - your gifts, your experiences, and even your pain - makes you a beautiful, dynamic human being. I am honored to show women the beauty in their stories.  You deserve to author a life that embraces your individuality and contributions to this world.

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Empowered Wellness

A person must take care of physical, emotional, and mental needs in order to succeed in other roles in the world. I strive to show clients it is possible to master the art of self-care while also focusing on careers, communities, families and other significant relationships.