There are times when the mountain we call life seems overwhelming and the climb nearly impossible; of course it does, and now, we’re in this together. We will start by getting grounded at the base, making sure we have all the necessary gear, and create a space of non-judgmental curiosity about the mountain. If you have never climbed a mountain before, that’s okay, I’ve climbed many and have a large backpack full of gear; all you need to do is show up.
Part of my process is to ensure you feel heard, understood, accepted, encouraged, and supported. While I may guide around boulders, valleys, and rivers on the path, I will always collaborate and follow your lead. As we hike, we will go at the pace you are most at ease; it may not always feel comfortable, as we are climbing to new heights.
Navigating a mountain can be illuminating and the path is unique to all. I draw from various therapeutic approaches to explore challenges you may be experiencing and promote insight, resiliency, and self-empowerment. We may take a break from time to time, glace back and appreciate how far you’ve come, gaze at the sunset or pick up a cool rock. At some point, you’ll be leading the way, creating your path, and reach the top, feeling hopeful and ready to climb another life mountain.