About my practice

A safe place for all.

I believe in the importance of diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging. And, not from a corporate virtual signaling standpoint, but rather genuinely as human beings.

I am committed to working with individuals from all faiths, religions, ethnicities, and backgrounds. I only have one rule – don’t be an a**hole.

I stand as an ally with the LGBTQIA+ community and pledge to create a safe and welcoming environment for all.

I’m a late-diagnosed AuDHD neurodivergent and am actively working on unmasking and exploring accommodations. Please bear with me as I adjust and let me know what you need as well.

I value and celebrate the unique perspectives and experiences that each person brings to the table.

I believe that a culture of respect and understanding leads to better outcomes for everyone involved.

Don't be a jerk.

I believe in creating a positive and inclusive environment for everyone and adhere to a simple policy: to be welcoming and treat everyone with respect and kindness.

I kindly request that individuals refrain from engaging in any behaviors that could be deemed rude or harmful to others.

I take pride in fostering a positive and inclusive culture, where everyone feels valued and supported.

But, if you’re a jerk or want to be hateful. We will break up. Period. No refunds.

My right to refuse
& break up with you.

I recommend having a consult with me if we have never worked together. This will give us an opportunity to see how we align and vibe.

If at any time someone is rude, abusive, or in general a jerk, I will refuse further service and communication. There are no refunds for unused service time if this is the case.  

You will be blocked and banned from any community groups as well. 

My experiences

I was raised in an evangelical christian family. My dad was a full-time minister as was my grandfather and great-grandfather. It goes deep in our family tree in almost every branch.

Around 2011, I began to deconstruct religion and sometimes I still find myself locating behaviors associated with my upbringing. I think Jesus’ teachings are amazing. I no longer align with that belief system or any other labels for that matter. My journey to healing and spirituality is as nuanced as anyone’s. 

I do find my experiences in the Church and American Christianity extremely helpful when I’m working with someone. I am not here to change another person or influence them with my own beliefs.  We are all on our own journey of discovery and awareness. 

I will meet you where you are today with compassion and respect as a human being.