What I would like to say to you...

It would be my honor to walk beside you on your journey towards harmony, peace, and love.

I specialize in helping people from all walks of life to self-regulate their emotions and behaviors, which can lead to reduced stress, less anxiety, more empathy, and finding the elusive balance we are all looking for. As your coach, I will help you recognize that the biggest challenge we often encounter is that we have a hard time living in the present when we are looking back in regret or forward in worry.

This present moment is where we wield our most powerful magic!

I will guide and support you in revealing the best version of yourself.

Accountability is hard, as is the vulnerability it takes to bring yourself to this juncture. I find that the ideal length of mindfulness coaching is, at minimum, 8 sessions. I understand that the commitment to do this might be difficult, and I also know that it’s necessary in order to have regular check-ins, so that we can celebrate growth and examine any setbacks. I am here to make sure you feel heard and supported in your vision for greater well-being. One of the reasons why I feel it’s necessary to commit to 8 weeks is due to the fact that we are building a new habit, so that you do NOT have to maintain a long-term financial relationship with me. I am not doing this in order to XXXXX

If you are ready to take a bold move forward, please sign up for a complementary 30-minute session to see if I am the right person to walk beside you on this journey of self-awakening.

It’s time to live a life full of love, laughter, passion, curiosity, and joy!

Who am I?


Why the "mindful empath"?

If there are two things that I think we, as a society, are sorely needing more of it is both mindfulness and empathy.
How are they connected though?
Well, I would argue that if we are to be mindful about our current condition, then we must do the deep soul work of understanding ourselves...and that must include our emotions. When we connect deeply to our own experience it is much more likely that we will be able to experience empathy for others that are going through the same, or similar, things.
Our mindfulness and empathy towards ourselves is likely to increase our compassion and empathy towards others.
And that's not just me saying it, it's clinically studied and proven.

The mindful empath was created to emphasize the fact that our well-being and overall contentment and happiness in life can be found by tapping into our own innate ability to understand ourselves and connect with others.

To learn more about empathy and mindfulness, please check out the following short videos.