Amidst the labyrinth of chronic illness, life transitions, or the complexities of aging, know that you're not navigating this journey alone. Your experiences matter. You've landed in a space dedicated to accompanying you through these terrains. I work with individuals, couples, and families, providing a secure, compassionate environment to untangle and explore.

Specializing in Partnering with People and Families Living with Disabilities and Chronic Illness

Life's challenges can be incredibly difficult, especially when disability, chronic illness, or progressive disease is part of the path forward. I specialize in providing compassionate support and guidance for individuals, couples, and families in these experiences.

Specializing in Navigating Mid-Life and Later Life Transitions

Life's transitions can be opportunities for clarity, understanding, and even transformation. I specialize in working with exploring, navigating, and integrating individual and relationship transitions and life-altering circumstances into life today.

Specializing in High Stress Professions

With a specialized focus on high-stress professions, I understand the toll that burnout and chronic stress can take on well-being.

Specializing in Mindfulness Practice

Mindfulness is our anchor, a steady companion guiding us to stay present and centered in the now. It's about honing our focus on thoughts, feelings, and surroundings without judgment, fostering personal growth and self-awareness. By fully immersing ourselves in experiences, mindfulness fuels our journey of understanding and managing unconscious thoughts and emotions, without feeling overwhelmed. It's the key to unlocking self-awareness, mastering emotional regulation, and fueling personal development and well-being in the fierce pursuit of our best selves.


I am able to meet a variety of needs as a speaker, teacher, and/or group facilitator. Working with groups allows me to share my belief in community. As a presenter, I see over and over how community connection, the recognition that there is often similarity in our joys and struggles, first surprises people then invites them to share more fully.