I don’t take health insurance, however, you may be able to get reimbursed by your insurance company if you have out-of-network benefits. You can call your insurance provider and ask them whether you have out-of-network benefits for mental health and if so, what percentage they reimburse.

Check with your tax advisor to be sure. Mentoring is an activity focused on your health.

Sessions are $215 for 50 minutes.

I work with adult individuals only.

Many people have worked with me on and off for several years. Others meet with me for just a few months. The number of sessions you need will depend on your goals for mentoring. Meeting once a week or twice a month is an excellent place to start.

I am currently offering online sessions only.

I help my clients create a life more aligned with who they really are. They learn to achieve without being reliant on achievement for their self-worth. Research shows that a relentless inner critic often gets in the way by creating too much stress and compromising performance.

Together we develop a mindfulness mindset that creates more ease and select practices tailored to each client’s needs. We move toward purpose, mindfulness, and love rather than away from pathology. My clients take essential steps in their unfolding at work, in their relationships, and within themselves. They achieve a sense of confidence and peace that results from having their own back. They feel more joyful, present, and happy because they have tapped into deeper sources of satisfaction. They spend more time daring to be themselves and living their life rather than the life they are supposed to live.

If you can answer yes to these questions, then chances are we are a great fit!

  • Am I looking for a transformative process?
  • Am I looking for deep work?
  • Can I see this work as a labor of love that will take time?
  • Do I place a lot of value in personal or spiritual growth?
  • Do I have the energy, time, and financial resources to invest in mentoring right now?

I offer 50 minute online sessions, which start with meeting either every week or every other week, depending on your needs. In each session, I teach skills, offer meditations, listen deeply, and reflect on what I see and what arises in my intuition. We create a sacred space for your growth. I share Buddhist and Western philosophies and practices, so you can harness their collective wisdom to build momentum in your chosen direction. I also offer readings, podcasts, meditation practices, and other work you can do outside of sessions. We identify and learn how to work with hurdles like fear or old beliefs that are blocking you.

Think of me like a hound dog, sniffing out what matters to you. Through conversation, take-home exercises, and reflecting on what makes you come alive, we uncover what you really want. Every life has a shit sandwich, and there are some things we simply must do, but when we live our values, life transforms. You may make significant changes in your life or decide to make big changes in your mindset. For example, you may realize you need a career overhaul, or you may find your job transformed by overcoming your relentless self-criticism.

Mindfulness is loving awareness of what is happening in your experience right now. It is a practice that cultivates an open, less reactive, and more relaxed mindset. Decades of scientific studies tell us that mindfulness helps reduce stress because it allows us to be more intentional. We are more proactive and less reactive to life’s challenges. Mindfulness is also a philosophy and a way of living that helps us work with life rather than against it.

It’s a joy to teach mindfulness to my clients. I have been teaching, practicing, and studying mindfulness for two decades, and it has remodeled my life! I have almost 100 days of silent mindfulness retreat experience. I completed the year-long Integrated Study and Practice Program at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. I am also a graduate of the year-long Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Certificate Program through the Institute of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy.

Most of us fall on a spectrum that ranges from cool indifference to overly critical thoughts to outright disdain for ourselves. No matter where you are on the spectrum, you can learn to be kinder to yourself. You can become your own ally by engaging in a kind of physical therapy for your mind and heart.

Where we start depends on you. Many clients start by unpacking and overcoming false beliefs that block self-compassion. We design practices for your unique needs. You will begin to build an inner ally and turn the volume down on your inner saboteur through guided meditation outside of our sessions and practicing together during our sessions. Loving yourself is no different than learning to ride a bike or play the piano. It’s just another skill, and practice makes us proficient.