Leaf_edited.jpg

Relationships, Anxiety, Depression

The quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives." - Esther Perel


Create a Life Worth Living

Life comes with relationships, and the first and non-negotiable rule of life and relationships is that we only get to play our side, no matter how well-meaning we may be. Accepting that can put us on a path to more fulfilling relationships and a more rewarding life.

Skills to improve relationships can be learned. If you chose to work with me, we will begin by examining the effectiveness of your relationships to this point. We will celebrate your strengths and successes and search for areas needing improvement. Much like an athlete improving their game, you will learn how to change habits and behaviors that no longer serve you.

You can expect compassion, understanding and commitment from me. I look for humility, honesty and a desire to risk the discomfort of trying a different approach from you. Trying new things feels odd at first, but the results are so worth it. You will improve to the degree you are willing to practice.

You may have noticed that the entire focus of my approach is on you, the client, and not on the person who is causing you grief. That's because the only way to successfully change our relationship with anyone else, is to change our relationship with ourselves. When we change, everything changes.

If you're in the pain of divorce, there is hope. Suffering is temporary while opportunities are endless. Grieve the loss and look forward to a new beginning. It is possible to do both.

Divorce is a punch to the gut like no other. Betrayal, disappointment, loss of trust, abandonment and the terror of starting over. It can feel like falling off a cliff and believing you're going to die...or possibly wishing you could.

Well-meaning family and friends can't always help, no matter how much they want to. When you find you need help, the bravest thing you can do is to reach for it. 

If you're facing any kind of life transition, I can support you and help you find your way.

 

You are Not Alone

My goal is to help you move forward into a life worth living. We don't get to choose what happens to us, but we have all the power when it comes to what we do as a result. I will work with you to help you find compassion for yourself and others, especially any children that are impacted by these changes. Compassion is the first step in recovery from pain.

It is possible to survive divorce and breakups and come out stronger and with dignity and respect for all.

How we treat one another creates the world we live in. 

Sitting on Rock
 

Reaching for Help is the Bravest Thing You Can Do

Support That Makes a Difference

If you're hurting, I can help. You just have to take the first step.

Wheat Field

Survive the Pain

Self-Compassion is the Beginning of Healing

Life throws many surprises at us, and while we cannot predict the outcome of any situation, we can take control of how we respond. Drop the rock of blame and move forward into the power of compassion, acceptance and empowerment.

Build More Meaningful Connections

We Cannot Survive Alone

It's not always possible to remove former partners from our lives, especially when there are children involved. Learn how to establish healthier connections with everyone in your life.

Happy Hiking
View of Meditation Garden

Create a Life Worth Living

Every Ending is a New Beginning

Embrace the possibility of a new beginning. Build your new life with creativity and intention. There is a brighter day ahead, you just have to reach for it.

Starting Over

Life is not a dress rehearsal. - Rose Tremain

A life worth living does not happen by accident. I'll help you design your blueprint for your future and provide you with the tools and materials to build it. When you provide the action, remarkable change will occur.

Bloom
 
Hikers

“Yesterday is gone, tomorrow is not yet here, we have only today. 

Let us begin.” 

 

Take the First Step

Contact me for a free 30 minute phone session.

Denver, Colorado, USA

1-970-364-0298

Thanks for submitting!

 

Talk To Someone Now

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org

1-800-273-8255 

Sat%2520on%2520the%2520Rocks_edited_edited.jpg