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“Imagining what’s next will help you cast off from the shore of your past.” -Bill Plotkin

Life Transitions

Who am I? What is my place in this world? Questions like these can come up at any point in a person’s lifetime and offer an opportunity to enrich your life with deeper meaning and clarity of vision.  Life transitions, such as marriage, divorce, or career changes, can evoke complex emotions, including feelings of loss and sadness but also the potential for renewal and newfound freedom.  I offer support and guidance in helping you identify your deepest values and truths, navigating through whatever emotions and questions may surface, so that you may walk your path with courage, confidence, and clarity of vision.  

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Grief & Loss

The loss of a loved one can feel as though the ground has fallen away beneath your feet.  Feelings of numbness, excruciating sadness, anger, and confusion, are all appropriate responses to grief.  I am here to support you in finding your way through grief using techniques that honor and acknowledge the one or ones you have lost, while also tending to the multifaceted aspects of your grief response. 

Racial Identities

I am a white bodied, cis-gendered female who has engaged in extensive trainings, readings, and other areas of self-study around the historical and ongoing oppression of people of color, and whiteness and blackness as cultural constructs that have benefitted white people by causing great trauma to black communities.


If you are a black or brown bodied person, I will honor your lived experience in American culture. I am comfortable talking about types of and impacts of racism and draw inspiration and teachings from frameworks that acknowledge the multi-level harms inflicted on oppressed populations.


If you are a white bodied person struggling with what it means to be white in America, I offer a supportive, non-judgmental, informed approach to helping you identify how you can be a part of the movement for race and class solidarity while helping you uncover and frame your historical roots in a way that is empowering and anti-racist.

* I credit Resmaa Menakem's use of body centered language.  More info in the linked text.

Gender Identities

I have experience working with people who are exploring their gender and sexual identities. I have studied gender constructs in Western society, which have relegated people to male/female gender roles that have confined us in ways that have contributed to increased rates of depression, anxiety, violence, and addiction.


If you are exploring your identity, are in the process of transition, or simply want to address other concerns mentioned on my website with someone who understands how mainstream culture impacts people who do not subscribe to the gender binary, I am here to support you on your journey.

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