Returning Home

“When you learn to love and let yourself be loved, you come home to the hearth of your own spirit. You are warm and sheltered. You are completely at one in the house of your own longing and belonging.”

―John O'Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom

Licensed Counseling

In the therapeutic process, I enjoy building rapport by first exploring your internal resources, strengths and expertise related to your life experience, insights and deep-seated sense of knowing although sometimes forgotten.

60 to 90 minute sessions. Insurance and self pay accepted.

Transpersonal Psychology

This approach to therapeutic work allows me to integrate the spiritual and transcendent aspects of human experience within my more conventional training. 

The transpersonal is defined as “experiences in which the sense of identity or self extends beyond (trans) the individual or personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche or cosmos.”


When we explore the mystic and cosmic diagram, the symbols or archetypal landscape of the birth chart provide a blueprint or map of the terrain we have come to navigate and how we can use this energy to manifest our best selves and become more fully integrated with the full wheelhouse of our being. 

By consulting the birth chart and planetary transits/ progressions we can get a better sense of themes and cycles playing out in our lives, which may support and inform us in a process of letting go of what is no longer serving us or provide guidance when leaning into our futures—inviting us to take a leap of faith and trust the strength of our wishbones.

In 1947, Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist, alchemist and astrologer, wrote a letter to Hindu astrologer B.V. Raman, offering: “In cases of difficult psychological diagnosis I usually get a horoscope in order to have a further point of view from an entirely different angle. I must say that I very often found that the astrological data elucidated certain points which I otherwise would have been unable to understand.”

& Ecotherapy

As we step into new iterations of ourselves, we tend to have greater capacity to maintain a compassionate and open heart toward self and other. Each of us has limitless capacity to shine uniquely and we are intimately interrelated to Gaia. Finding ways to commune and maintain this inherent relationship is important for the entire planet’s wellbeing. My work with clients aims to address the common felt-sense of pain and despair caused by environmental destruction. 

Personally, I have complete and utter admiration of our home, planet earth, Gaia! Her magnetic force field, atmosphere, aurora borealis, all of which protect us and filter the Sun’s life giving energy—“just right!” We are on the Goldilocks planet and as much as we belong to her, she belongs to us. There is a oneness to be felt. 

What is your relationship to nature? Has she ever turned your day around by just taking a 15 minute walk in a local park or forest? When was the last time you watched a moon rise? Did you feel connected to something larger than yourself? Did you feel held? Ecotherapy can offer healing with nature in mind!

“What we need is a great, powerful, tremulous, falling back in love with our old, ancient, primordial, Beloved, which is Earth herself.”

~Martin Shaw

Mental Health Resources

The following list of mental health and addiction resources are here to help you or a loved one receive a helping hand when you need it. Everyone needs a little help sometimes, especially those affected by local crises or disasters that need cannot afford therapy. If you or someone you know needs help, please refer to the resources below.

1. Colorado Crisis Service Line

1-844-493-8255 | Available 24/7

Provides FREE, immediate crisis support for mental health, substance abuse, & emotional support 

2. Mental Health Partners (MHP)

303-443-8500 | Available 24/7

Take walk-ins for mental health crisis

3. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255 | Available 24/7

Provides FREE, immediate confidential support for people in distress, prevention & crisis resources

4. National Alliance on Mental Health Issues (NAMI)

Provides local Colorado resources for families regarding mental health issues

  • Life Transitions
  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Behavioral Change
  • Grief
  • Individuation & Self-Actualization
  • Substance Use/Concerns
  • Self-Esteem
  • Sleep & Insomnia
  • Spirituality
  • Authenticity
  • Empowerment
  • Lightheartedness
  • Playfulness & Sensitivity
  • Some Evidence-Based Practices include:
  • Cognitive & Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Trauma-Informed Therapy
  • Commitment & Acceptance Therapy
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