Navigating Change. Tending Wholeness.
Psychotherapy & Counseling for Individuals
on a Spiritual Path
I’m glad you’re here.
Although I imagine the feelings or experiences that have you seeking a therapist to work with are not easy ones.
Perhaps you have experienced a recent loss that leaves you disoriented or depressed.
Maybe the slow, ongoing trauma of daily events in a world out of balance has triggered personal traumas from your past or simply an intense and persistent anxiety about life.
It could be that strategies and coping mechanisms that have served you in the past are no longer working, or worse, creating pain and wreckage.
Or maybe you simply feel stuck, numb, without vitality – sensing that more is possible for your life, but not knowing how to move toward that “more-ness.”
A desire for change
Whatever experience brings you here, you likely come with a desire for change: change in how you experience your intimate relationships and friendships, change in your sense of purpose or your work in the world, change in your experience of yourself and of life itself.
At times, our desire for change can become so intense that we experience being overwhelmed by feelings of pain, anger, anxiety or despair.
All of this is not simply emotional or psychological experience. It is also, at the same time, spiritual experience. All of this experience carries the potential to transform us, to change us. And that is good news.
Finding the path forward
The key to unlocking such transformation is to listen deeply enough to discover the meaning, value and wisdom inherent in our most difficult experiences. When we become present to ourselves and our experience, we can open to the change that is a natural part of life.
We can work together to accomplish that.
Working together, there is hope.
Let's discuss the possibilities of engaging in the work of deep and positive change; of stepping forward toward a more peaceful & fulfilling life; of gentle and positive growth in your experience of your Self.
I invite you to contact me to see how I may be able to support you in this work. And if I’m not the right person to companion you in this way, I will do my best to connect you with someone who may be.
You can’t really know yourself until you know how you express yourself and find yourself in another’s eyes. - David Brooks
What is the approach?
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take in stepping forward into
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