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Faith Journey Clients

I grew up in an orthodox Christian home, and when I started to question some of the things I had believed my whole life, it was scary. I felt a lot of shame, and thought something was wrong with me. I could not figure out why this was happening when I had always done my best to be "good."

I wish someone had normalized this experience for me and explained that not only was my questioning ok, but it was actually an important part of my expansion. If I had know that my "crisis" would have landed me more in touch with myself, the world around me, and the Divine, I would not have operated out of such a profound place of fear.

It would be my honor to hold the safe space for you to discover what you need to learn. I am a place of non-judgement that will remind you of your worth no matter what the outcome. Don't be afraid. I've got you.

Neurodivergent Caretaker Clients

As a mother of 5, with 4 of my children being neurodivergent (in addition to both my husband and myself), I know how isolating it can feel to have really hard days and not be sure where it's safe to discuss. I see you. You've got this!

Image by Israel Piña

Areas of Expertise

-- Women in their middle age years, but especially
  those in faith crisis / transition / deconstruction

-- Parents of neurodivergent children

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