Before becoming a practitioner I was a seeker. I felt an emptiness inside as a teenager and it was then that I began searching for meaning in life which led me to drugs, alcohol, relationships with partners who were inappropriate in age, and unfortunately many of these explorations only ended in a host of traumatic experiences.
It was only later I would connect the dots that the chronic loneliness, confusion, and rebellion I experienced as a child and teenager was the result of developmental trauma, and the result of watching my Mother descend into mental illness(Schizophrenia) in my early teens.
While these teaching were well-meaning, and I have retained and applied some of their wisdom it wasn’t until I learned about attachment theory, the principles of developmental trauma, and how body stores trauma on a physiological level that I was able to transform in a sustainable, life-altering way.
Now, I work with clients from all over the world in my private practice by Zoom. I use my training to explore the deep and often hidden internal conflicts my clients hold underneath their beliefs about themselves and the behaviors that they want to fix to gently resolve those emotional and physiological conflicts. The growth that comes from those resolutions are often profound and life giving; the conversations clients have with themselves begin to shift on their own as do their behaviors.
It’s these fundamental shifts that allow my clients to have the life and the relationships they most long for.