The common denominator in all of my clients' struggles and problems is the lack of relationship with Self. The over-riding theme in the work I do is, developing the relat...
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The most important relationship is with yourself. 

The common denominator in virtually all of my clients' struggles and

problems is the lack of relationship with Self.


The over-arching theme in all of my work is, empowering the

transformation of relationships by developing the relationship with

your Self. Elevate consciousness. Increase your connectivity. Ignite



Whether I’m working with individuals, couples or families, I’m always

looking to nurture your newly developing relationship with your Self.  

The relationship with your Self is the “X-factor” that empowers your creativity. It’s only when you are conscious and connected to your experience that you can learn the arts of relating, connecting, intimacy and conversation and effectively apply the basic principles in the space of co-creation. Transformation of one’s life and relationships become possible through mindful action.


When you have a relationship with your Self, you’re better able to identify your thoughts, feelings, wants – whatever is going on inside of you, which make it possible to be understood, heard, seen, felt, get to know each other and connect more deeply and intimately.


The quality of your relationships is the quality of your life.


I create a safe space for you to uncover and explore unexpressed feelings, unresolved issues holding you back, bringing you and your relationships down and shed light on them. Healing and empowerment occur when the unconscious becomes conscious and you learn how to take better care of yourself in your life and relationships by speaking your truth and being in touch with your top priorities so that your action and communication are consistent with them.    

My areas of expertise are couples and family therapy, and addiction, recovery and intervention. I also work extensively with those struggling with anxiety or depression, trauma, those going thorough major life changes, i.e. loss, relationship, work or health crises, as the same mindfulness-based principles naturally apply to them as well.