Mentoring

Simply me, saving a spot for you, paying it forward.

My life experiences and education in trauma and transition allow me to relate to your life events with empathy and grace.

A mentor is not a licensed therapist. If you are in a more intense season of pain, I strongly advise you to seek professional help.

As a mentor, I am a compassionate “me too” voice; an experienced, trustworthy, and encouraging adviser along the way.

My desire is to support:

  • Engaged couples who wish to focus on mutual satisfaction and lifelong growth in their marriage.
  • Women who seek a compassionate companion for their ongoing healing journey.
  • Women seeking trustworthy and encouraging accountability during seasons of transition.

Having experienced substantial healing and growth from a lifetime of geographical moves and relationship transitions, childhood sexual abuse, repressive coping mechanisms, and marriage betrayal, I relate to my clients with empathy and understanding in their traumatic life events and their desire for growth.

My deep longing is to walk alongside my clients where they are and towards whatever stage of growth or healing they are seeking.

I am:

  • Christian
  • SYMBIS Certified
  • Enneagram Certified (I’m a 6w5)
  • Trauma-Informed
  • Transition-Inspired
  • Identity-Intuitive

I offer a FREE, 30-minute consultation for new clients. (We’ll discuss payment options during this session should you grant me the honor of walking with you.)

If you prefer a group setting, I also host FREE Table Groups online. These small groups (6-10 women) are topic-specific, pre-scheduled, and require registration. Some TG topics might include (but are not limited to):

  • Book Study Gatherings
  • Enneagram Discussions
  • Self-Care Motivation
  • Navigating Betrayal Trauma
  • Walk Together – Literally & Figuratively
  • Open Q&A Conversations
  • … and more

Subscribe to my email to ensure you receive info about upcoming Table Groups.

Contact me today! Let’s walk the path together.

“Today’s ‘first lesson’ was in these little mountain paths. I followed mine only a few yards further this morning and such an outburst of beauty came. You can never tell to what untold glories a little humble path may lead, if you follow far enough.” – Lilias Trotter

~Lilias Trotter, Mountain Path
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