The work of recovery is the work of a lifetime.

I’ve taken the time to extensively study trauma and how it affects the brain and body. I help my clients understand this, along with the role that life experiences and family history play in creating who we are. This isn’t about “fixing” folks – it’s about working through the shame, self-talk, and negative beliefs that keep us from experiencing wholeness.

“One morning she woke up different. Done with trying to figure out who was with her, against her, or walking down the middle because they didn’t have the guts to pick a side. She was done with anything that didn’t bring her peace. She realized that opinions were a dime a dozen, validation was for parking, and loyalty wasn’t a word, but a lifestyle. It was this day that her life changed. And not because of a man or a job but because she realized that life is way too short to leave the key to your happiness in someone else’s pocket.
 It was the day life began!.”

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– virtual COACHING FOR English-speaking clients all over the world –

I’m fully trained, certified, and passionate about helping women find freedom and healing from trauma and addiction:








“The reason why you need emotional support is because it’s important for survivors to be heard. To be understood. To be able to express yourself without fearing criticism or harsh judgement. To be validated for your pain, suffering, and loss. For others to be there for you to encourage you, especially if you’re having a bad day or feeling triggered.”
― Dana Arcuri