I support folks who are cultivating resiliency in many different areas of their life: anxiety, trauma resiliency, (complex) post-traumatic stress injury, relationship with food, relationship with your body, identity claiming, gender transition, health concerns, grief, substance use, pattern changes, navigating extreme states and life transitions. I also welcome those who simply hold their change work as the intention of inviting wellness into their lives.
I am passionate about supporting folks in healing from past and continuing trauma. As our collective understanding of trauma deepens, we have come to understand that unresolved trauma lives in the body, frequently surfacing as anxiety, fear, heightened sensitivity, emotional overwhelm, body pain, panic attacks, flashbacks, nightmares, periods of dissociation. When our ability to process trauma is interrupted, we interrupt the natural and miraculous healing our bodies and emotional systems are capable of. What is also remarkable is that this resilient capacity for healing is something we can always return to, no matter when our experience of trauma may have occurred or how debilitating the traumatic recurrences may be. As a trauma worker, I will actively support you as you seek your own healing path and together we will work to find the many ways to support your body in finding balance, wellness and recovery.
I am happy to support folks who want to change their relationship with substance use. I draw from person-centered, non-shaming, harm-reduction practice wisdom to support you in examining your self-care practices with clarity and compassion, creating more space and opportunity to show up exactly as you would like in your life and in the world.