Across the spectrum the vital ingredient for a felt sense of wellness, is flexible, compassionate engagement with your thoughts, feelings, and actions.
This is a fast-moving, complex time. With difficult challenges to navigate. Working together we will slow down to bring care-full attention to everything we do in session. We'll make room for compassionate curiosity to explore issues arising from and connected to:
- Life Stress
- Career Development
- Race/Ethnicity/Class/Culture and the impacts of priviledge and oppression.
- Gender/Gender Expansion
- Sexuality/Sexual identity
As well, we will seek to heal traumatic experiences of loss and grief related to developmental, social, physical, or sexual trauma from a strengths based foundation.
Fear, or avoidance of negative emotions, can lead to rigid reactivity, and maneuvering the oppressive forces, both subtle and overt, in daily life causes some of our most profound suffering.
We will identify and define the areas of difficulty, while building on your strengths, to transform the challenges into goals for change, cultivating fresh and meaningful experiences that support emotional flexibility and joyful engagement of self and community — along the way, seeking out opportunities that support growth, insight, and understanding.
Let’s get and into your future
whatever is blocking
whole and well.
For Individual Adolescents, Teens, & Adults
For anyone struggling to deepen into a felt sense of inner connection and collaboration, we will slow down together to understand the blocks to the compassion gripping your system. We will experiment with novel ways of engaging the world within and without.
In an Unfinished Business session we’ll help you think about your relationship to an idea, project, or thing you’re not working on but want to.
We'll figure out why it keeps mattering to you and what the ideas and feelings are that define the project for you, noting the blocks in your thinking, your process, or your emotional patterns.
Read more about Unfinished Business sessions in Why We Don’t Talk About Mental Health When We Need To
Have general questions? Check out some answers to frequently asked questions ︎