"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you."
I have always been drawn to change and transformation, and believe that life can be both incredibly beautiful and tremendously difficult. We live in the space of “already but not yet,” as we long for healing, wholeness, and redemption, but find ourselves in broken places. I knew since childhood that I wanted my work to focus on helping others, and after a decade of providing consulting and event management for leadership development companies, I decided it was time to follow my heart.
I truly believe that some of our greatest discoveries and healing are borne from a place of conflict or pain, and that some of our most profound strength and resilience come out of challenging seasons and relationships. No stranger to suffering myself, I find it a privilege to journey alongside others who are seeking wholeness.
I have been married for twelve years, and am a proud mother of two wonderfully wild little boys. I enjoy reading, cooking and eating delicious food, traveling, cultural exploration, playing outside, laughing, and generally enjoying the good things in life. I hold a BS in Psychology and received my MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University.