Services

Coaching On Demand

Coaching can be helpful for working on, through, or trying to get a new perspective on a specific issue. It is different than deeper in person therapy and so I do not treat issues such as depression with this service. 

Some topics people use my Coaching On Demand Services for:

Couples Issues
Career Development
Family Relational Issues
Guidance or perspective shifts on a specific problem
Other therapists & mental health practitioners seeking career consultation

**If you are in crisis, are having thoughts of self-harm, or are struggling with a serious mental illness, this service is not for you. Click here for resources and support. To submit your question click below. 
Ask a Question

In Person/Virtual Retreats

I run multiple in person and online retreats and workshops each year.

Click below to see what’s coming up and for more information. 
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Online Courses

Each course I create has not only been curated and honed over years of working with clients and leading groups but also through using all of the tools myself in my own life and relationships
Coming Soon

Redefining Codependency

We're all Codependent. Yup, I said it. Through this course, you will learn to stop over-extending, over-apologizing, over-stepping, and move from resentment-laced codependent relationships to more interdependency and fulfillment. But, here's the thing: Radical Responsibility is the Key to Recovery.
Coming Soon

Mindfulness to Reduce Anxiety and Depression

This course isn't only for those who are actively working with anxiety and depression.
Through this course, you will gain deeper insight and tools to live a more calm, present, and connected life. Ultimately helping you to enjoy, more fully, the every day.

Live Online Groups

I run multiple live online groups/classes each month on a variety of topics. Learn, ask questions, and grow in a safe group environment.

 Codependency Recovery Classes
 Private Salon for Healers & Practitioners - Coming Soon

Individual Therapy

Are you at a crossroads in your career, in love, or feeling generally stuck in life? Many times when we feel incapable of getting out of our own way it’s because we need an experienced and empathetic third party to hold a mirror for us to examine our false beliefs, our negative patterns, and our self-sabotaging ways. Friends and family can only take this so far as they naturally have biases and their own “stuff” going on that clouds their ability to stay impartial.

Change and transition are unavoidable and never easy, and they tend to bring up deep-rooted concerns such as low self-esteem and self-doubt, feelings of unworthiness, self-sabotaging tendencies, anxiety, depressive symptoms, and negative self-talk.

The cause for many of these symptoms is our modern culture’s loss of connection to the soul and our inner landscape. We spend so much time living in the external world of social media, work, and the daily grind of our to-do lists that it takes real effort to get still enough to hear what our inner self is trying to tell us.

Thresholds and transitional experiences are important for people to encounter as they are the places where our old patterns can be observed, experiences can be integrated, and we can then move forward with our potential more fully realized, healthier coping mechanisms in tow. Transitions can be amazing growth and learning opportunities if we have the proper guidance, support, and safety to truly examine them, and the inner resiliency to step forward on our journey.

Our entire lives are a journey of working toward wholeness and a more embodied version of the self. Wholeness involves an incorporation of all parts that we have tucked away in order to fit more neatly into one’s specific societal box, leading to a greater ability to live one’s life as a complete being.

I work with clients mostly from a Depth Psychological and Mindfulness-based approach while integrating Buddhist and Yogic Psychology principles. What this means is that I listen for what is not being said, I gently help bring it to awareness, and I support establishing and strengthening a compassionate inner witness who can help pull you out of your thoughts and back into your present.

I am not taking new therapy or coaching clients currently, but if you email me I will do my best to help you find referrals. My response time might be slow at this time.

Couples Therapy

I see couples at all stages of a relationship, including those who aren’t experiencing conflict but would like to gain skills to keep the relationship strong.I only see a small amount of couples in my practice at any given time, mostly because I aim to work only with those who are passionately committed to accepting their own radical responsibility first and foremost – something many who seek couples counseling are not willing to do.

So, before reaching out to work with me as a couples’ counselor ask yourself the following questions (these are also areas we will explore together in sessions):

Knowing each person is only 50% of any relationship, are you willing to own your part in that dynamic?

If you are hoping your partner will change in what ways are you making it safe for them to do so?

Do you express your truth in a clear, kind, and concise manner regardless of how it will be received?

If not, are you willing to try to do so? Are you able to truly hear your partner without judgment and expectation? If not, are you willing to try to do so?

Are you willing to differentiate between needs and wants and commit to the hard work of then deciphering which needs are yours and yours alone to fulfill for yourself?

I am committed to helping couples move from a more codependent way of relating to one of more interdependence, but the only way to do this is to accept our part and focus on our personal growth, which then will trickle into the growth and happiness of the relationship. It does not work the other way around.

I am not taking new therapy or coaching clients currently, but if you email me I will do my best to help you find referrals. My response time might be slow at this time.
Coaching can be helpful for working on, through, or trying to get a new perspective on a specific issue. It is different than deeper in person therapy and so I do not treat issues such as depression with this service. 

Some topics people use my Coaching On Demand Services for:

Couples Issues
Career Development
Family Relational Issues
Guidance or perspective shifts on a specific problem
Other therapists & mental health practitioners seeking career consultation

**If you are in crisis, are having thoughts of self-harm, or are struggling with a serious mental illness, this service is not for you. Click here for resources and support. To submit your question click below. 
Ask a Question
I run multiple in person and online retreats and workshops each year.

Click below to see what’s coming up and for more information. 
Learn More
Each course I create has not only been curated and honed over years of working with clients and leading groups but also through using all of the tools myself in my own life and relationships
Coming Soon

Redefining Codependency

We're all Codependent. Yup, I said it. Through this course, you will learn to stop over-extending, over-apologizing, over-stepping, and move from resentment-laced codependent relationships to more interdependency and fulfillment. But, here's the thing: Radical Responsibility is the Key to Recovery.
Coming Soon

Mindfulness to Reduce Anxiety and Depression

This course isn't only for those who are actively working with anxiety and depression.
Through this course, you will gain deeper insight and tools to live a more calm, present, and connected life. Ultimately helping you to enjoy, more fully, the every day.
I run multiple live online groups/classes each month on a variety of topics.
Learn, ask questions, and grow in a safe group environment.

•  Codependency Recovery Classes - coming soon
 Private Salon for Healers & Practitioners - Coming Soon
Are you at a crossroads in your career, in love, or feeling generally stuck in life? Many times when we feel incapable of getting out of our own way it’s because we need an experienced and empathetic third party to hold a mirror for us to examine our false beliefs, our negative patterns, and our self-sabotaging ways. Friends and family can only take this so far as they naturally have biases and their own “stuff” going on that clouds their ability to stay impartial.

Change and transition are unavoidable and never easy, and they tend to bring up deep-rooted concerns such as low self-esteem and self-doubt, feelings of unworthiness, self-sabotaging tendencies, anxiety, depressive symptoms, and negative self-talk.

The cause for many of these symptoms is our modern culture’s loss of connection to the soul and our inner landscape. We spend so much time living in the external world of social media, work, and the daily grind of our to-do lists that it takes real effort to get still enough to hear what our inner self is trying to tell us.

Thresholds and transitional experiences are important for people to encounter as they are the places where our old patterns can be observed, experiences can be integrated, and we can then move forward with our potential more fully realized, healthier coping mechanisms in tow. Transitions can be amazing growth and learning opportunities if we have the proper guidance, support, and safety to truly examine them, and the inner resiliency to step forward on our journey.

Our entire lives are a journey of working toward wholeness and a more embodied version of the self. Wholeness involves an incorporation of all parts that we have tucked away in order to fit more neatly into one’s specific societal box, leading to a greater ability to live one’s life as a complete being.

I work with clients mostly from a Depth Psychological and Mindfulness-based approach while integrating Buddhist and Yogic Psychology principles. What this means is that I listen for what is not being said, I gently help bring it to awareness, and I support establishing and strengthening a compassionate inner witness who can help pull you out of your thoughts and back into your present.

I am not taking new therapy or coaching clients currently, but if you email me I will do my best to help you find referrals. My response time might be slow at this time.
I see couples at all stages of a relationship, including those who aren’t experiencing conflict but would like to gain skills to keep the relationship strong.I only see a small amount of couples in my practice at any given time, mostly because I aim to work only with those who are passionately committed to accepting their own radical responsibility first and foremost – something many who seek couples counseling are not willing to do.

So, before reaching out to work with me as a couples’ counselor ask yourself the following questions (these are also areas we will explore together in sessions):

Knowing each person is only 50% of any relationship, are you willing to own your part in that dynamic?

If you are hoping your partner will change in what ways are you making it safe for them to do so?

Do you express your truth in a clear, kind, and concise manner regardless of how it will be received?

If not, are you willing to try to do so? Are you able to truly hear your partner without judgment and expectation? If not, are you willing to try to do so?

Are you willing to differentiate between needs and wants and commit to the hard work of then deciphering which needs are yours and yours alone to fulfill for yourself?

I am committed to helping couples move from a more codependent way of relating to one of more interdependence, but the only way to do this is to accept our part and focus on our personal growth, which then will trickle into the growth and happiness of the relationship. It does not work the other way around.

I am not taking new therapy or coaching clients currently, but if you email me I will do my best to help you find referrals. My response time might be slow at this time.