Trauma-Sensitive Practitioner, Ccht
"All of life is conspiring for your greatness."
Something magical happens when your world has fallen apart and you find yourself dropping to your knees, knowing something beautiful was about to happen. My tears streamed down my face and the pain of my heart seemed unbearable. After leaving another abusive relationship I knew something had to change—and that was me. The many years of stress, chronic health ailments, toxic relationships and addictions were getting the best of me. It was then I realized that the death of who I was at the time became the birth of who I wanted to be.
I made some radical changes from the inside out. It wasn’t easy at the beginning. When you start reflecting on your life, the choices you’ve made and where you are presently, you tend to question if you really like who you are. However, I was committed to changing my life for the better which meant I had to alter my lifestyle and devote a lot of my time for some major inner work.
My extended services and commitment to integrative healing expands into various roles. I am an instructor at The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and Spirit of Yoga, active volunteer at a local woman’s recovery center, and a workshop facilitator throughout the valley. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Arizona State University.
My mission is to guide survivors of abuse in the discovery of their resilient spirit, self-worth and wholeness. I serve for my client's best interest and will only work with a client if we are both in alignment with their intention.