There can be no vulnerability without risk; there can be no community without vulnerability; there can be no peace, and ultimately no life, without community.
— M. Scott Peck

Walking alongside individuals as they transition into motherhood is one of the greatest honors. Often mothers are met with such overwhelm, fear, and loneliness at the beginning of this journey. Many of us are left to course the terrain by ourselves, knowing full well we have undergone one of the most significant changes in our lives and need better support. 

My work involves offering containment, context, and ritual—a framework to understanding life’s transitions that serves in navigating the first year of motherhood and beyond. 

The underpinning of this work, of course, is community. We don’t emerge from the hard work of birth—birthing baby and self—to then walk the path alone. 

The initiated is to return into the fold to share how they labored, whether it was vaginally or by cesarean, surrogacy, or adoption. This is one thread of a story that continues to weave itself into the subtle body  of new relationships to self, to others, and to your child. 

I’m here to help facilitate this process and provide a fabric of support, where you have the opportunity to learn how to consciously be in relationship with this new aspect of yourself and dialogue about these discoveries, as well as others. I compassionately create space for all the questions and feelings that arise so you can courageously and very lovingly call yourself a mother.