Support for Women and Mothers

One of my passions is supporting women in their own journey. One of my greatest strengths is deep listening and “space holding” for all that is and is not. Often in our worldly work we are giving and giving, responding and reacting, even around the most worthy of issues, but over time these demands can take a great toll on mind, body and psyche. If we are in the work of transforming our world for the long haul, I believe we have to know how to radically care for ourselves along the way. 

When working with me, reflection time is an opportunity to pause, breathe and turn inward and then outward as a means of processing goals, dreams and passions in a way that feels relevant, creative, meaningful and helpful. There are many ways to approach this time, including: narrative or written reflection; exploring various mind-body-spirit connection techniques; creative problem-solving tools; learning and practicing energy exercises and other non-verbal methods of integration; dream exploration; goal-setting, leadership and professional development.

Additionally, I consider mothering to be a most sacred vocation, but one that can also be depleting and isolating. It is an honor to support mothers, both individually and in groups, in navigating the joys and challenges of motherhood while also visioning and creating life practices that are nourishing and sustaining for woman as mother and mother as woman.

Support sessions are offered both in-person and virtually via Zoom. Contact me for information on sliding-scale fees and details.

This photo is not fancy or formal or what anyone would recommend using professionally. I am wearing a sweatshirt and a backpack. My hair is not done and I have no makeup on. It is a picture I took while attempting to photograph a magnificent sunset sky, but I snapped the photo a split-second before realizing the camera was facing me. The unexpected gift was getting to see what awe and wonder look like in my own eyes. In this photo, I see the places I have been broken open and it is a sight to behold. I hope you get to see this for yourself as well, in your own eyes and your own heart.

This photo is not fancy or formal or what anyone would recommend using professionally. I am wearing a sweatshirt and a backpack. My hair is not done and I have no makeup on. It is a picture I took while attempting to photograph a magnificent sunset sky, but I snapped the photo a split-second before realizing the camera was facing me. The unexpected gift was getting to see what awe and wonder look like in my own eyes. In this photo, I see the places I have been broken open and it is a sight to behold. I hope you get to see this for yourself as well, in your own eyes and your own heart.