Counseling practice

trees Whether they are strug­gling with work rela­tion­ships, anxiety, grief, depression, acute or chronic health problems, my clients are fun­da­men­tally curious and creative people. Clients best suited to my practice are open to learning about them­selves, others, and optimal func­tioning. They come seeking guidance and support, yet are prepared to take respon­si­bility for the growth, emotional freedom, and physical well-being that are their birthright.

I value the oppor­tunity to work with clients of varied ethnic, racial, and religious back­grounds. I welcome clients whose gender identity falls anywhere on that complex spectrum, and honor loving rela­tion­ships and families among people of any sexual orientation.

Though I have clients from varied walks of life, I often work with clients who are in the inde­pendent school world. These counseling/coaching rela­tion­ships focus on main­taining a sense of joy, purpose, identity, and balance in the midst of the mul­ti­faceted demands of life and school. I have a par­ticular interest in and com­mitment to working with faculty and admin­is­trators of color.

I work on retainer as a confidante/sounding board and ghost editor for senior admin­is­trators in inde­pendent schools. Infor­mation on that practice can be found here.