Struggling to cope with a trauma?

Paralyzed by the illness or loss of a loved one?

Stuck in your life, unable to make progress?

You can find your way forward to joy.

How do I know?

I’ve done it myself. The point you’re at isn’t the end. Not even close.

After years of struggling with childhood trauma and a divorce, I met the love of my life…only to lose him to cancer a few years later. Even though I knew about the end, I was exhausted and devastated by the loss and re-entering life became a challenge. Nothing worked as before and I had no script. What I didn’t know then is that meeting him was the beginning of a much longer era in my life, one in which I learned to live with an open heart.

Hearts break in order to open, and our grief-soaked moments in life are truly our greatest pathways to joy.

After nursing my love through cancer and living through immense grief following his death, I knew that my pain was born from my love for him.

No winter? No spring.
No grief? No love.

“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.” —Louis L’Amour

But I also knew I needed to find my way back to joy and back to myself, back into all parts of my body. I explored embodiment practices to help me associate with my body after dissociation from long-term stress and trauma. All the practices I teach now are the modalities I found most deeply healing on my path, and I became licensed in all of them in order to share them with you.

I’m a Somatic Experiencing® therapist, Soul Coach, and Qoya teacher who will give you everyday tools to release pain from your past and bring joy back into your life. Drawing on my 20 years as a practitioner, I will help you gently release stored emotion in the body to heal from trauma, loss, and stagnant beliefs so you can meet other people with an open heart and feel empowered to direct your life with joy.

No Matter What Your Situation Is

I promise you it isn’t too late.

If a grieving woman in her 50s with no partner, no community, and a past full of trauma and painful memories can heal and learn to live with an open can you. Let’s gently pull back the veil together and let your curiosity lead us to joy

Okay. But how?Okay. But how?