Why Do You Work With Women?

Because I’m intimately familiar with the issues relating to women.  I know how it feels physically and emotionally to deal with these issues.   When a young woman comes in complaining of PMS, I understand both emotionally and physically what she is experiencing.  When a woman comes in worried about her marriage, her job or her children I understand her experience at a visceral level.  Life experiences as a woman gives me insight and understanding a man doesn’t have.  Also, because of my Native American background, I’ve had the good fortune to learn the ceremonies that honor a womans body. Because a womans body creates and sustains life, it is sacred.   This ancient wisdom helps women to view their circumstances from a different perspective and perhaps give their experience a deeper meaning. 

Is This Type of Work Effective for Everyone?

No, my work is both alternative and unconventional. It’s also not the right solution for everyone.

I suggest you review the material on the website and listen to the audio interviews.  Allow your heart and intuition to guide you.  If at any time you have reservations or are uncertain, I suggest you find a different healing method or find an alternative solution. The journey back to being whole requires team work and trust.  If we’re not a strong team, if a client is uncertain or not fully committed,  the possibility of a gratifying outcome is minimal.  If a woman is unable or unwilling to invest time and effort, I politely decline to take her as a client.

Are There Other Reasons You Might Not Work With A Potential Client?

Yes,  if my work conflicts with her religious beliefs.  The foundation of my work is highly spiritual, not religious.  I employ techniques from various cultures like acupressure from Oriental medicine, the Celtic tradition, Native American healing rituals and Energy Therapy.  While these healing methods are effective and in my experience, highly spiritual, they are not in line with some traditional religious teachings.

What Expectations Do You Have of Your Clients?

When I decide to partner with a client, I expect her to be as committed to her own transformation as I am.  I expect her to be engaged and work toward her own well-being.

She needs to understand that I can’t fix her;  I facilitate the process, I help her identify her self-sabotaging patterns, help her to reframe her perceptions but she is ultimately responsible for her own transformation.