My Approach to Helping
If you are a woman looking for a more holistic approach to health, I can help you with getting on that path. I will help you overcome the obstacles that block your ability to reach your goals, and I can offer a step-by-step process to living as your best self.
Like many women, you may be struggling with managing your stress, feeling chronically tired, stabilizing your weight, sticking with healthy routines, and channeling your emotions in a healthy way. These are all common struggles, and I can help you with the motivation and awareness you need to live in alignment with your own needs so you can feel empowered, energized, and confident in all aspects of your life. My goal is to uncover root causes that are often overlooked or ignored so symptoms are resolved, and long-term health can be achieved.
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More Info About My Practice
I have a specialized focus on divorce recovery, and offer a powerful online course for women going through divorce.
Healthy & Happy After Divorce is a unique course for divorcing women who want to stop waiting, and start living a happy and healthy life. The course is not just a divorce recovery program, it's a unique course designed by a holistic clinical psychologist using therapeutic tools, spiritual practices, health and wellness guidance, and creative processes to invoke transformational change. Healthy & Happy After Divorce takes you on a step-by-step journey that motivates and inspires action, while providing the accountability and support you need to move forward with clear intention. This self-guided, online 12-week course is available to start right now so you can finally get the jumpstart you need to live life as your best self.
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Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
Finding the right support is so difficult, which is one of the reasons I offer easily accessible and results-oriented services. As both a psychologist and a divorce coach, I'm very aware of the difference between these two professions. I'm a big believer in therapy because it heals, generates a strong self-awareness, and it provides insight that can only be found when we slow down long enough to actually reflect on ourselves. Therapy is designed to use the past to understand present functioning, and a large part of the healing stems from the relationship between the therapist and the patient. Coaching has more to do with accountability, motivation, habit building, and lifestyle change. Coaches focus on actionable steps that move a person forward with the intention of reaching set goals and aspirations. Coaching and psychotherapy are both valuable , but the training and intention behind the transformation of each is really, really different. I combine the two for profound, actionable change.