Bio

For over twenty five years, I have been helping people and groups contact their inner wisdom as a path toward living the lives, and doing the work, they want. I work with diverse groups of people, sharing  strategies for self-awareness, systemic change, and whole person integration. In addition to my work with adults and families, I have a special affinity for adolescents and young people.

I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist with an expertise in trauma recovery. I hold a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, and a Masters in Interdisciplinary Art. I am a permaculture designer,  a deep ecologist with a primary commitment to a regenerative future. My sensibility has been tempered by the School of Life, where I have learned and taught much about depression, anxiety, grief, and the possibility of transformation through daily practice.

I work with individuals from all walks of life: couples in various stages of bonding and dissolution; families in conflict and growth; adolescents who are launching themselves into the world; and groups working through organizational change processes. I support women and men to grow into deeper personal awareness about their obstacles, their goals and their commitments in the world. It is my joy to be able to witness and support your journey toward clarity and purpose and to help you make the changes you desire.

I have an expertise in somatics, eco-psychology and the expressive arts. My advanced trainings are in Hakomi Body-Centered psychotherapy, the Halprin Life/Art Process, Authentic Movement, Strozzi Bodywork, and generative somatics. I bring my decades-long practices in yoga and mindfulness meditation to the counseling process as well.

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