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Nothing is wrong with you, things can just suck,
how can I help?

About YOU

You are creative but feel disconnected from your creativity, stopping yourself from trying things even though you long to play and experiment. You are spiritual, wanting to connect with magic and the unknown in generative ways. You know a lot about yourself and your healing, but can still feel stuck. You struggle with the stress and distress of life. You want change. You want to work towards creating the life you want. You have a sense that there’s another version of you and life where you could live from your heart and purpose. Rather than being paralyzed by a shitty cocktail of shame, fear and self-doubt, you’d like to feel like you could courageously step into the unknown–like The Fool in Tarot, full of childlike wonder and excitement. Alas…shit cocktail.

Before starting to work with me, folx can feel a bit wary – Therapy is where you go to talk about what’s wrong with you, right?  Many people have had experiences with therapy that have felt more hurtful than helpful. We can start to think that maybe healing is available to everyone else, but ourselves because… #shitcocktail. We want to be vulnerable and do our work, but we can get a bit frozen and scared that real change is out of reach. It's not. 

 

Like the people who work with me, you deserve to connect to your passions and creativity and feel resilient enough to take the leaps you dream of taking. Deep healing and embodied liberation is not out of your reach. If you want to live from love, rather than fear, and start orienting to your life from curiosity and possibility I’d love to help you get there.

 

Reach out now. You don’t have to be in the struggle alone. I can help.

"And what of solidarity? I am thinking of a solidarity that is constructed by therapists who refuse to draw a sharp distinction between their lives and the lives of others, who refuse to marginalize those persons who seek help, by therapists who are constantly confronting the fact that if faced with the circumstances such that provide the context of troubles of others, they just might not be doing nearly as well themselves.+

– Michael White, co-founder of Narrative Therapy