Body Science

Every experience, every emotion felt – and not felt – lives in the cells of our body.  Children are resilient: when they can process difficult moments; when moms and dads dare to say, “I messed up” and cultivate emotionally-corrective experiences; when children are not left to themselves to fill in their own “meaning” or “story…

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What to Say When Things Fall Apart – Seven Love Prompts

I remember when a lesbian couple came to see me because they wanted to consciously uncouple. It was a raw, messy, deeply vulnerable process — one of the most challenging processes I had been through with a couple. Being able to say you are sorry sincerely and really mean it is one of the most…

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I Got My Back – The Power of Vulnerability

If there is one thing I hear more than anything else from my couples, it’s this:   “It feels like we endure more hurt from the way we discuss an issue than the issue itself.”   Couples want to know how they can stop what can feel like a vicious cycle.   The Relationship Achilles…

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Dream Job

Here I am about to start a virtual coaching session from my son’s playroom (shhh). I love the flexibility of my work and helping clients find the work they love. I am recalling an article I wrote some time ago about my own path to finding the work I love: 🦋 Dream Job 🦋 My…

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The Relationship Conflict Cycle Keeping You Stuck

When I work with couples, so much of our work is focused on seeing and uncovering the inner workings of how partners have learned to relate to one another. That is, there is always more to the relationship dance than couples are often able to see – such as the rupturing in communication, which can…

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