Health – Making whole;

the condition of being sound in body, mind, spirit


Balance, wholeness and the integration of our inner and outer lives are essential on the path to becoming who we are. Professional development is personal development, and both are a part of the great work that we carry out on ourselves as we learn and grow – through life experiences, counseling and therapy, and consciousness practices.

On the journey to discovering, embodying and expressing who we really are and what we’re here to do, we find support both from inner resources and outer circumstances – which ultimately are intimately related.  In the midst of everyday life, we do sometimes hit what appear to be stuck places – in our relationships, in our work, or in our sense of identity. Distress, depression, anxiety and confusion are the symptoms.

But it’s all grist for the mill of personal evolution, as we progressively awaken to our selves and our true nature, to our potential, to our capacities for relating to others – and for awakening to wholeness.

I am a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist in private practice where I provide psychotherapy, speaking, and training services. I have significant experience in psychospiritual and somatic approaches to psychotherapy, and in counseling transgender clients.

Since everything is connected to everything else, in this path of personal evolution we end up addressing not only how we orient our consciousness, but we find we need – at times – to deal with the specifics of our careers, our relationships, our finances, our gender and sexuality, our spiritual practices, our bodies and our physical health.

For those who might consider working with me, it’s important to know that from my perspective, therapeutic and healing work should deal with both the larger issues of the Mystery and the unconscious as well as our ability to function well (happily, effectively) in our everyday life, work and relationships.

This site is here to help you learn more about:

  • Topics in psychology, the transpersonal, somatic psychotherapy, and transgender issues
  • My approaches to psychotherapy, speaking, and training