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Pseudo versus Solid Self

"True belonging does not require that we change who we are; it requires that we be who we are" - Brene Brown. True connection requires transparency. Transparency requires honesty, with yourself and with others. Honesty requires courage and vulnerability. Everything builds on something. Part 1 of my 5 part "awakening to connection", is all about awareness. Awareness is always the...[ read more ]

CONNECTION- above all else.

These “experts” keep talking about the importance of connection. That social isolation will literally kill us. That deep connection with other people is as important as food and water. That addiction is not about the “drug of choice”, but rather a lack of human connection. If we can’t connect with each other, we will connect with anything we can find-...[ read more ]

Thriving and suffering. What’s the difference?

Connection and curiosity- two of my guiding values. True, deep connection with other people, things and experiences is what ultimately this whole "life thing" is all about for me. At the end of the day, that’s what matter most. Curiosity is a quality or a lens that helps me be open minded, receptive and non-judgmental. It’s hard to be both...[ read more ]

The time to start loving yourself is right now!

When is enough, enough? When is it time to stop hating our bodies or continually trying to change, alter, or “better” the way we look? We live in a culture that bombards us with messages daily about we should look like, what we should wear, what we should and should not eat. We are spoon fed false promises that 1.)...[ read more ]

Mindfulness during the holiday season

The holiday season is a mixed bag for lots of people. I personally love lots of things about the holiday season. I love the energy, some of the chaos, I love being around family, traditions, the social gatherings and parties and my birthday of course. Although there is much good, I also know that holiday travel is stressful for me, lack...[ read more ]

Why is college the perfect breeding ground for the development of an eating disorder?

There are a plethora of wonderful aspects of being a college student. For me, I wasn’t always aware of them at the time, but hindsight seems to show a different picture. Did you know, the transition to college is also a time where we see a spike in regards to the onset of eating disorders for young women and men? So...[ read more ]

Fitworking- a night of connection, movement and community!

Denver ladies! You’ve spoken, we’ve listened. Life gets busy and often authentic connection with others and your community seems to get lost. We hear it all the time…It’s hard to find real women to connect with about real things. We also know how important this is to you. It certainly is to us!! Somewhere in adulthood the idea of playing,...[ read more ]

Is Group Therapy Right For Me?

There are many reasons why people seek therapy. Therapy is a very effective way for many people to work through whatever it is that they are currently struggling with. Therapy also is an investment… in time, money and energy! Group therapy is something that oftentimes isn’t sought out at first. Group therapy is a form of therapy where multiple people...[ read more ]

Ski and Snowboard Conditioning Program

ATTENTION SKIERS AND BOARDERS! Have you noticed the drop in temps and the snow starting to fall up in the high country? That can only mean one thing… ski season is fast approaching! Join me for a 6 week ski and snowboard conditioning program. This program focuses on lower body strength and agility, core stability, explosive endurance and balance, which...[ read more ]

Is group therapy right for me

There are many reasons why people seek therapy. Therapy is a very effective way for many people to work through whatever it is that they are currently struggling with. Therapy also is an investment… in time, money and energy! Group therapy is something that oftentimes isn’t sought out at first. Group therapy is a form of therapy where multiple people...[ read more ]



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