I honour exploring each person's unique context and I enter the therapeutic relationship with great respect. I see my work as a lighthouse, working as a guide, co-creating space for exploration and discovery of what therapy participants long for themselves and unpack current states of being and adaptations that serve as a way to cope yet may get in the way of what individuals long for in their lives. My approach and modalities are flexible to meet each in a spirit of genuine curiosity, compassion and courage. I ground my practice in a holistic present-centered, relational, attachment-based approach to connection.
The Thread of the therapeutic connection and exploration is held by what people can name they want for themselves such as a sense of aliveness, internal acceptance, increased capacity for self-love, authenticity and an overall sense of aliveness and deep personal meaning. Explore and connect to your inherent ability for wellness through the power of connection and deep listening I offer sanctuary in a unhurried atmosphere inviting introspection, personal agency and resilience.
Looking forward to working with you, Anni
Areas of Focus: Couples counseling, trauma and addiction recovery, rites of Passage/Ceremonies.
Telehealth Sessions available via zoom. Cost per Session $150/60mns
"One of the best experiences I've had doing soul journey work ever, was filled with surprises from start to finish - each time I thought I knew what it was I meant to learn the lesson changed" - Painting Workshop participant.
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“When love awakens in your life, in the night of your heart, it is like the dawn breaking within you. Where before there was anonymity, now there is intimacy; where before there was fear, now there is courage; where before in your life there was awkwardness, now there is a rhythm of grace and gracefulness; where before you used to be jagged, now you are elegant and in rhythm with your self. When love awakens in your life, it is like a rebirth, a new beginning.” (O'Donohue, 1998).