Individual counseling

Although I work with people of all different backgrounds and situations, I have a special place in my heart for the past & present touring community and feel that I can bring a fresh outlook and high level of understanding to those who travel frequently and their significant others.

  • Do you play the role of single parent while your spouse travels?

  • Maybe you know what it’s like to be in high demand with plenty of work one month and nothing happening the next month.

  • Do you struggle with choosing to leave your family at home while you pursue work that you love miles away?

  • Do you experience transitions in your life every few months or even every week going from your road family that you’ve become close with to your home family or maybe no family at all at home?

  • Do you struggle with allowing yourself and your art to be for sale and criticized?

  • Do you flip from chaos and constant movement in your work to way too much downtime when you come off the road maybe leading to some depressive feelings?

  • Do you feel like you’re living a double life; one on the road and one at home?

  • Do you feel isolated in your situation?

  • Is the nomadic lifestyle making it difficult for you to stay healthy and grounded?

  • Are you contemplating a career change, but this is all you’ve ever known?

There are so many things that you may be dealing with that have led you to seek this information & just this first step takes a lot of courage. We can break the chains that bind us and the agreements that we’ve made about who we are and instead allow ourselves to be true and authentic in a safe space.  Stillness allows us to be present with our hearts and vulnerable with our true selves.  Once we have learned how to be vulnerable within ourselves, we can then bring that vulnerability to our relationships. Counseling is a collaborative effort and if you’re ready to do the work & ready to uncover who you are meant to be, you’ve come to the right place.

A wound that goes unacknowledged and unwept is a wound that cannot heal.
— John Eldredge