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The esoteric shadows are my playground, but it was only after multiple ego deaths, a debilitating, dark night of the soul; breaking ancestral curses, and a compassionate rehabilitation of my inner child that I recognized it as a strength.
When I was 19, I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and after a dance with my own mortality, I faced a seemingly never-ending string of traumatic experiences in my twenties, including an emotionally abusive relationship with a narcissist, depression, and several, painful rifts with family members and friends.
I’ve studied (and have been in apprenticeship to) teachers of both the occult and the clinical mental health field and have developed a holistic approach to coaching that combines art, equine healing (i.e., integration with horses), nature and spirituality. I utilize art as an inspirational, teaching tool and encourage clients to channel their creativity to construct solutions, and my approach is always “woman-centric.”
Although I’m not a licensed therapist, I studied in a Marriage & Family Therapy graduate program for two years before opting to drop out. It was once my dream to become a therapist, but amongst numerous other factors, the bureaucracy and red tape with licensing boards, high burn-out amongst mental health professionals, and restrictions around incorporating witchcraft, astrological and indigenous practices just wasn’t in alignment with the future I envisioned for my life – or the way I wanted to engage with my clients. You do not have to share my beliefs to work with me. All religions and spiritual paths are welcome.
I’m currently training with Equusoma, a horse-human trauma recovery program, so that I may add a trauma-informed approach to my coaching toolbox. I’m not yet a certified Equusoma practitioner, but I’ve loved horses ever since I was a little girl, and I know that transformational healing (especially regarding emotional regulation amongst communities of color) is possible through working with these majestic creatures. Equusoma is rooted in somatic experiencing and combines trauma-informed care, polyvagal theory, and psychology, and my spirit feels very fed during this learning experience.
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