A Natural Path to Wellness, Healing + Balance
I take a holistic approach that bridges Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and Psychosynthesis, two practices built on seeing, understanding, and loving ALL of you. Explorations in NVC and Psychosynthesis, and the many creative exercises inherent in both, help you claim those divided parts and receive the care they need to make you feel centered, whole, and loving.
Non Violent Communication
Mind Body Connection
My approach starts with connection. A connection from me to you that leads to a connection from you to you. I work with the whole of you, wherever you’re at, with an eye to where you want to go. The bridge between NVC and Psychosynthesis is built by seeing, understanding, and loving ALL of you. There are not parts of you that are “good” and parts of you that are “bad.” All of your life has led to all of the person you are and we’re going to find each of those parts and help them to find the care that they need to make you whole, loving, and centered.
Looking into ourselves can be complex and even a little scary. That fear comes largely from not being sure what we’ll find or how to find it. I want to assure you that we will take a very clear and open approach to this process of discovery and healing. Even better, this approach is about giving you the tools you need to do this work beyond me. I don’t want to hold my clients hostage. I give them the resources to help themselves—with and without me. The tools are simple, practical, clear, and most importantly, effective.
I am not your guru or leader. I’m your partner and, at most, a kind of guide. My approach is intentionally transparent as I don’t want you to feel that this is some hocus-pocus. This is you and I working in tandem to find what you need and then getting those needs met. You are, and must be, the center of this work. Mental and emotional health—the kind where you can love and accept every part of yourself—is the bringing forth of who you are meant to be, your best you. That is something no one can give to you, but it is something that you and I can find inside you, together.
My work is endlessly engaging for me because, like any of us, I’m never done learning—never done growing. To a great extent, this is because I learn so much from each of my clients. I often say, “I never have the same client twice,” by which I mean that every person is different every day—from each other, of course, but also from who they were the day before. My practice focuses on connecting anew with every client, regardless of where they are on their own journey or the one we are all on together.
Anyone who has looked into different methodologies and modalities of finding peace and clarity has found a seemingly infinite number of ways to “get there.” Although some (even many) might work for you, no single method, especially one that controls the narrative of your wellness, can meet every need. I have been, and continue to be, on my own personal journey. I have looked at many “ways” from many places and perspectives. Rather than picking one, I bring a number of them together to create frames for our work together. I say frames because my approach isn’t the answer, but is simply framing the way we will get to your answers, together.
My work helping others is endlessly engaging because, like many of us, I’m never done learning and growing. I believe that global transformation happens on a personal level. My 20-year journey developing emotional health and personal freedom by way of various methods developed in me a practice of self-care, self-love, and personal empowerment, which has built the foundation for my ability to bring the work to others.
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You are at the core of this work. Yes, I’m a coach and counselor, but more, a kind of guide, working in tandem to help you discover what you need most and take steps towards getting that need met. Personal freedom—the kind in which you can love and accept every part of yourself—is the bringing forth of your best you. That is something no one can give to you, but it is something that you and I can find inside you, together.