“Then it was as if I suddenly saw the secret beauty of their hearts, the depths of their hearts where neither sin nor desire nor self-knowledge can reach, the core of their reality, the person that each one is in the eyes of the Divine. If only they could all see themselves as they really are.” —Thomas Merton
When life gets complicated we often feel helpless or out of control, but there is hope, and I can help you find the courage to face your challenges, and overcome them. Please see the list of common issues below, and if you don’t see your specific need, don’t hesitate to inquire.
Women often struggle with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and finding themselves in this busy world. I help women discover their strength, authenticity, health, and ways of creating a new life story filled with joy and purpose.
Men often seek support for issues related to anger, depression, stress, anxiety, role issues, health, work, and relationships. I have been successful helping men find themselves, and discover practical ways to create a more focused, fulfilling life.
If you have experienced a significant loss (disease, divorce, death of a loved one) you may be feeling lost, or as if you’ve lost your purpose or your life’s compass. I promise you, you are not alone. I can walk with you through this journey and offer some real concrete ways to start to live your life anew.
If you feel something (shopping, gambling, alcohol, drugs) has taken over control of your life, we can work together so that you regain the upper hand, and live the life you desire, free from habits or dependencies that have taken away your power. Not only is there hope, there is recovery.
If you are not living the life you want, and if you are angry, depressed, sad, frustrated much of the time, together we can explore if some of your relationships need to be addressed so they can improve and be a significant part of your fulfillment and joy. Your relationships can and will improve your connection, intimacy, and communication.
“Every day we experience the uncertainty, risks, and emotional exposure that define what it means to be vulnerable, or to dare greatly” —B. Brown