Learning about healthy boundaries and standards in relationships
Healing the relationship with your body and sexuality
Developing a growth mindset in relationships - seeing them as teachers so we can learn + grow
Understanding the balance of masculine + feminine, both within ourselves and in relationships
Practicing conscious relationship principles
Healing from breakups and divorce
Avoiding the drama triangle trap + victim mentality
Addressing mother and father wounds to heal our adult romantic relationships
A few words about breathwork
In my sessions, breathwork is the big game changer. It has completely changed my practice and the results I get with clients.
Breathwork is a form of breathing meditation that I combine with therapeutic coaching in sessions with clients. While not every client I see chooses to use breathwork, most do because they have seen the profound impacts of combining these two modalities.
The type of breathwork we use is a three-part breath – one breath into the belly, a second breath into the chest, and then one breath out. It's done laying down and the breathing is done all through the mouth.
After experiencing the profound healing benefits of breathwork, I decided to train with David Elliott in 2018.
Breathwork helps get us in touch with our physical bodies and the emotions we store within them, allowing them to move up and out.
Often, breathwork helps liberate stuck trauma without getting stuck in the stories of where it came from – and can be a huge catalyst for healing for people who may have tried therapy for years and yet have not made the progress they desire.
It also has a powerful spiritual component where you feel a sense of expansion and connection to something greater than yourself. It opens our intuition wide, providing insight on things that our minds can't figure out.
Adding breathwork to my sessions has changed everything.
Our work is cut in half (if not faster) when breathwork is added. This is because it gets us out of our mind and shifts us into our hearts, bodies, and intuition. This way, it can get right to the heart of the matter, showing us the truth of what we need to pay attention to.
Trauma lives in our tissues, nervous systems, and energetic fields, not our minds. So we cannot fully heal through intellectualizing and remaining solely on the mental level, which is why therapy can only go so far.
Most of my clients are not new to therapy and personal development. They may have been in therapy for years, but felt like something was missing.
The way that I work is transformative, and people come to me because they can make major progress in 3-6 months. We get right to the heart of the matter. After that point, we usually taper back the frequency, and eventually may need to check in only once in a while.
My goal is to have you not need me anymore. Most therapists and coaches either intentionally or unintentionally encourage clients to become dependent on them, so they keep coming back.
This is not okay with me - I want you to make big progress.
My ideal clients are motivated to grow + evolve, and put in the work to get there.
I often suggest things to work on in between our sessions (especially things you can practice now, in all of your relationships).
When clients take personal responsibility for their growth, the results are phenomenal.
If you are someone who has a lot of unhealed trauma, are brand new to therapy, and/or are often dysregulated or in crisis mode, then I'm not the right fit for you. However, I can help refer you to someone who can help.
My work is for the trailblazers, the ones who want to stretch, build, grow + level up. My people want to radically transform the way they do relationships and are ready to make an impact on their children and everyone around them. They are motivated and take the work seriously.