Compassionate Counseling Services
for those needing support and
wanting to explore healing.
Are you looking for some relief because something in your life is difficult and causing you stress? The
struggles we encounter can feel big and it may even feel unimaginable how you’ll ever make it through.
These struggles are painful and need attention, and I'm guessing that's why you are here. Many times we are
often hurting in response to other's actions and parts of us carry pain, hurt, anger, burden and
sorrow. Sometimes a part of us is angry at ourselves for the way we’ve responded, or
because we didn’t respond in the way we believe we “should” have.
These issues can become opportunities to heal and I believe there are many ways to work through all difficult
struggle that life presents. A part of us may feel like there's no option but continuing to be stuck in the pain and suffer. In therapy, we explore and work with all parts of the inner system. In a supportive, loving setting and
while developing curiosity together, we can support the healing inside that's needed.
Exploring our own parts that are in pain, deepening our understanding, processing and unburdening these
unresolved struggles allows change to happen. Developing these relationships within ourselves allows and
supports the system to heal and change. This is the key to moving through pain and finding ways to
connect with our inner world. The pain is an invitation for us to grow and heal. I believe with the
intention to heal, and developing a deep loving curiosity, anything is possible.
It's a journey in returning to ourselves.
Here are some of the issues and communities I work with:
- Work with Terminally Ill & End of Life
- Family Issues and Conflict
- Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Sexual Assault
- Sexuality Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual
- Transgender & Gender non-binary support
- Relationship & Couple's Issues
- Family sessions with Adolescents
- First responders support: Firefighters, Police Officers, Dispatchers,
- Partners of first responders
- Community crisis response