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Hello Growth Seeker!

Are you ready to stand in

your naked truth?

Often what appears to be malaise or disenchantment with life is really a soul-level call for change.


That's how it happened for me.

I went through a period of my life which absolutely looked like a mid-life crisis. It was a period where things got messy and ugly. It didn’t look the least bit *transcendent*, and yet, it was a catalyst for

real transformation.


My path wasn’t pretty, but it felt soul-led and authentic, and through all of the dismantling and shifting of parts of my life, space was created for a new version of me to emerge.

Maybe you are having a similar experience where things that “should” make you happy are not. You may be afraid of change, but deep down you recognize that what needs to be released will allow for something better

to take its place.

Living to your fullest potential is a process of self-discovery. Who are you really? Who are you when you separate yourself from the many roles and responsibilities that you've taken on?

Who is the you behind the mask?

Let's take off the mask and see.

You are your own source of wisdom.


You can trust yourself. You have an inner intelligence that is always guiding you toward growth and expansion. Conditioning, however, is powerful and it often drowns out your inner guidance with voices telling you what you “should” do and what you “shouldn’t” do.

It takes courage to challenge these cultural/familial voices and all the conventional

rules  that you are expected to live by, but the life you want lies on the other side

of your conditioned thoughts and behaviors.



What I bring to our work together:

I am passionate about inner work and the relationship we have with ourselves.

I combine my education and experience with intuition and deep wisdom.

Together, we can access those beliefs that are limiting you. You will learn

to see where your conditioning is holding you back and start to give 

yourself permission to follow what is calling you.

As a therapist who specializes in self-exploration and psychospiritual

development, one of the primary tools that I use is shadow work. The

process of unbinding our authentic Self involves going within and

reconnecting with the parts of ourselves that we were led to believe aren't

"good enough". When we disown parts of ourselves, we are not whole.

We are not authentic. Healing takes place when we integrate

these disowned parts of ourselves and begin to accept

ourselves for who we truly are.


“A life truly lived constantly burns away veils of illusion, burns away what is no longer relevant, gradually reveals our essence, until, at last, we are strong enough to stand in our naked truth.


~Marion Woodman

I believe...

Self-work isn't selfish. When you do the work on yourself, you show up in all of your relationships

in a more authentic way  and this work ripples out to your interactions with *everyone* who crosses your path.

We are only able to connect deeply with others when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable.

We all have a shadow self, a dark side, that we try to keep under wraps, but we need to acknowledge and integrate these

parts of ourselves to actually feel whole and complete.

When we neglect ourselves and focus only on the "shoulds" and responsibilities of life, we cut ourselves off from our life force.

Each of us is here to explore our unique interests, passions, and life purpose.

The things that "light us up" are breadcrumbs we can follow to living our best lives.

Knowing ourselves is a life-long process—our healthy self is always in a state of evolution

and expansion.

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