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.