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WELCOME!

As a psy­chother­a­pist I have wit­nessed cri­sis lead­ing to transformation.

 

I have also expe­ri­enced cri­sis and trans­for­ma­tion myself. In my 50th year I expe­ri­enced great change and chal­lenges. I moved back home with my par­ents to care for my mother, who was dying from ALS. I also got divorced, got can­cer, lost both of my beloved cats, started a new career, and bought a house of my own.

 

It became a time of trans­for­ma­tion. The wis­dom I gained brought a bet­ter qual­ity to my life. It also enabled me to work with clients at a deeper level.

 

There were four essen­tial build­ing blocks that allowed me to grow stronger rather than grow bit­ter, and how to trans­form the expe­ri­ence of pain and change it into one of growth and enrichment.

 

They are: RELATIONSHIP, RESILIENCE, RESPITE and RENEWAL.

 

These prin­ci­ples are the keys to get through the tri­als of life. I now share what I learned in those days, to help oth­ers to uti­lize these skills to cope with a major life chal­lenge or transition.

 

It might be that you are a care­giver, it may be that you have expe­ri­enced loss of health or a job. Maybe a mar­riage is end­ing. What­ever the tran­si­tion, these tools can help you cope and feel better.

 

On the jour­ney through care­giv­ing or sig­nif­i­cant per­sonal tran­si­tion fac­ing strug­gle, emo­tional pain and fear are inevitable, but trans­form­ing those expe­ri­ences into an enrich­ing expe­ri­ence is a choice. This site is intended to inform, touch, and in some way, inspire you to do just that.

 

 

As a psy­chother­a­pist I have wit­nessed cri­sis lead­ing to transformation.

 

I have also expe­ri­enced cri­sis and trans­for­ma­tion myself. In my 50th year I expe­ri­enced great change and chal­lenges. I moved back home with my par­ents to care for my mother, who was dying from ALS. I also got divorced, got can­cer, lost both of my beloved cats, started a new career, and bought a house of my own.

 

It became a time of trans­for­ma­tion. The wis­dom I gained brought a bet­ter qual­ity to my life. It also enabled me to work with clients at a deeper level.

 

There were four essen­tial build­ing blocks that allowed me to grow stronger rather than grow bit­ter, and how to trans­form the expe­ri­ence of pain and change it into one of growth and enrichment.

 

They are: RELATIONSHIP, RESILIENCE, RESPITE and RENEWAL.

 

These prin­ci­ples are the keys to get through the tri­als of life. I now share what I learned in those days, to help oth­ers to uti­lize these skills to cope with a major life chal­lenge or transition.

 

It might be that you are a care­giver, it may be that you have expe­ri­enced loss of health or a job. Maybe a mar­riage is end­ing. What­ever the tran­si­tion, these tools can help you cope and feel better.

 

On the jour­ney through care­giv­ing or sig­nif­i­cant per­sonal tran­si­tion fac­ing strug­gle, emo­tional pain and fear are inevitable, but trans­form­ing those expe­ri­ences into an enrich­ing expe­ri­ence is a choice. This site is intended to inform, touch, and in some way, inspire you to do just that.

 

 

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