Specializes in helping Women who do a lot of caregiving professionally and/or at home, who are moving through their own big life transitions and personal stress.
“You’re doing all the right things and taking care of the people that need you. You’re also trying to take care of yourself the best you can, but it doesn’t seem to be enough. Maybe you’re going through some big life changes or maybe an underlying anxiety that has always been there is getting harder to hide. You don’t need someone to fix you, but you may need some space to BE you.
I’ve been supporting women through all kinds of life transitions for over 20 years. In addition to mindfulness-based counseling, I incorporate hypnotherapy, mind-body practice, meditation, movement, and/or traditional healing tools as needed. I work mostly with women who do a lot of caring for others, whether in their professional life or at home. If you are facing the beginning or ending of something important, trying to balance your own needs with everyone else’s, or dealing with a relentless inner critic, my work is to help you find your way back to your own heart, your own center, and your own strength.
If you’d like to learn more about me and my background as a holistic psychotherapist, spiritual counselor, ceremony officiant, faculty at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, and author of Lessons of Labor, please visit my website.”