Healing Relationships

Being in a relationship is  like being in the ocean: “You can’t stop the waves from coming, but you can learn to surf.”

–Swami Satchidinanda

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Relationships are an important part of life.  Whether it is a professional relationship with co-workers,  a friendly relationship with neighbors, a family relationship with loved ones, an intimate relationship with a spouse, or most importantly a loving relationship with self, relationships are everywhere and an everyday occurrence.

Our ability to establish boundaries, communicate feelings and needs, process challenges and traumas, and forgive and maintain hope are essential to nurturing these relationships and creating peace for ourselves and those around us.  

Creating a movement towards relational and individual wellness in both the family and community.  Let’s work together!

Relationships are an important aspect of our lives that can bring us great joy or sorrow.  No matter what stage of life you are in or what difficulty you are experiencing, therapy can be a helpful, healing process.  My great passion is helping individuals, couples, and families to find healing and insights in their lives. 

I realize that everyone is different and experience the world in their own unique way.  For that reason, I do not ascribe to one modality but seek to work in the way that best suits the client(s). I am experienced to work with relational issues, parenting challenges, mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, bi-polar, etc. 


My educational background includes a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN.  I have a BS in Psychology from Capella University.  

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.

- Lao Tzu 


Whether you are dealing with something challenging, a mental health issues, or a trauma, getting therapy just for yourself can be incredibly healing and life changing.


No matter how long you have been in your relationship, couples therapy can help improve communication, deepen attachment, and help partners get on the same page.


Families are unique.  Often what may seem like a problem with one person is in reality a problem that involves everyone.  Working together to find a solution allows for greater success in the long term.

Currently the support group we are offering is First Aid for the Anxious Mind.  This is a group that offers coping skills and support for anxiety.

Band-aid sessions offers support for feelings of helplessness, depression, loneliness, anger, or anxiety.  Band-aid sessions are 30 minutes long video chats through a secure platform for a small fee.  
A consultation gives the opportunity to meet the therapist and see if it will be a good fit.  Share a little bit about the struggles before making the commitment.  


Tel: 920-214-3733

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