I'm glad you are here.

 

After a loss, an illness, a shift -- the future can feel suddenly narrow and grim. You may feel shaken to the core, questions swirling. Without this person, who am I? If I don't do these things, what do I do? I was always so healthy; how did this happen?

                

              

Philip Roth, acclaimed American author, said at 73 that "old age isn't a battle -- old age is a massacre." A huge loss feels like the loss of yourself. But we can find you and reconnect to the core of strength that is there within. A new normal is possible.

To reduce suffering and enhance quality of life, some people may need proactive planning to enable a loved one to live safely at home as long as possible. Others may need compassionate space held for their longings and support to envision their next chapter and create that livable new normal.

In a decade-plus in the field, I have experienced people being full of potential. To change the story. To pick up the pieces and put them together afresh. I would be honored to support and guide you and your family.

Come on in.

 

“The wound is the place where the light enters you.” --- Rumi