My Philosophy and Goals

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One thing we can be certain of in life is that everything changes and nothing is permanent. It is the natural phenomenon of the ebb and flow of all things. There are times when we experience a major loss, relationship difficulty, illness, or some other kind of transition, and/or a feeling of “stuckness”. All of these situations can be accompanied by increased anxiety, worry, depression and sometimes a sense hopelessness and lack of direction. As hard as these times are, they are also opportunities for new growth and new life and it can be helpful to find support and guidance with a trained therapist.

How I Work:

When I work with clients, I have several goals:

  • To listen deeply
  • To help clients identify and begin to loosen old patterns and tangled places in their lives
  • To teach and model a mindfulness practice, a powerful way of being with what is in each moment with less judgment and greater compassion. This can help create greater focus, flexibility and openness internally and in relationships
  • To help clients to recognize and connect with their own wisdom, skills, and inner resources
  • To facilitate clients in connecting in relationships and community in deeper more meaningful ways.




And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

Anais Nin











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