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In the darkness of the storm, we can feel lost, afraid, and uncertain of where  to go. 

Keep scrolling for personalized healing programs to get you grounded, attuned, and reconnected with your inner GPS.

Because the absolute best person to chart your course, through the storm and beyond, is you.

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New or
Recent
Breast Cancer
Diagnosis

 

HEAL

A 6-month, private coaching and emotional support program for women experiencing a new, recurrent, or metastatic breast cancer diagnosis

 

The HEAL program is a 3-part series of private coaching, personalized exercises, and emotional support sessions designed to nurture, guide, and empower you to heal from your cancer experience.

 

HEAL Part 1: Stability, Relief, Resilience

         Pain is inevitable. Suffering is not. -Unknown

 

  In Part 1, you will learn how to:

  • Find relief through emotional regulation

  • Re-enter the body to connect with Self

  • Filter out other voices, including the well-meaning "shoulds", so you can hear your own

  • Clearly communicate your needs to everyone - loved ones, your medical team, support team, and yourself

  • Improve relationship dynamics even when loved ones are scared and losing it

  • Know what to do when it's you who is losing it 

          Be still and know. -Psalms 46:10

HEAL Part 2: Empowerment & Agency

         Don't turn your head. Keep looking at the bandaged place. That's where the light enters you. -Rumi

 

  In Part 2, you will learn how to:

  • Distinguish what is within your control and what is not

  • Compassionately hold boundaries

  • Face fear with courage

  • Face fear with curiosity

  • Examine the flip side of fear which is DESIRE

          The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek. -Joseph Campbell

 

HEAL Part 3: Live & Create

         We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. -Joseph Campbell

 

  In Part 3, you will learn steps to move forward: 

  • Identify your root desires

  • Explore your vision

  • Experiment with your vision

  • Design your next steps

  • Strategize for sustained implementation

  • Fine-tune and troubleshoot when things go off trail

          To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. -Ralph Waldo                Emerson

 

 HEAL Program Cost $8500 (or payable $1500/monthly)

          Be helpless, dumbfounded,

          Unable to say yes or no.

          Then a stretcher will come from grace

           to gather us up.  -from Rumi's poem Zero Circle

HEAL is a 6-month, private coaching and emotional support program for women who are experiencing a new, recurrent, or metastatic breast cancer diagnosis:

  • 15 private sessions @ 90 minutes/session

  • First month, sessions held weekly (4), thereafter every other week (11)

  • Interim homework, self-guided exercises, and text/email support.

  • Bonus (optional) follow-up session within 1-3 months of program completion

 

          People do not cry when they lose their hope. They cry when they get it back. -Martha Beck

 

 

The HEAL program utilizes an integrative blend of life coaching, mind-body, socio-psychological, and other scientific concepts and tools.

The HEAL program is not medical treatment, nor is it intended to replace medical treatment.

The HEAL program is offered as an integrative support service that is compatible with, but not a substitute for, medical (including palliative) treatment.

 
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Emotional Support/
Laser Coaching

Remission Diagnosis

Your story is like no other story. You are entirely unique on your road, and also joined by a common set of fears. The first step to moving forward is actually to stop, to take a breath. You have a story that I have not heard and this is a small space to begin understanding it. Below are 5 questions that allow me to better understand where our conversation begins.

The stage of cancer I have is:
The way I seem to predominantly feel about the diagnosis is:
The cancer I have has metastasized:
What I seem to need the most right now is:
The actions I see myself taking right now are:
 
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Body Image/
Sexuality

Having or Considering Reconstruction

Your story is like no other story. You are entirely unique on your road, and also joined by a common set of fears. The first step to moving forward is actually to stop, to take a breath. You have a story that I have not heard and this is a small space to begin understanding it. Below are 6 questions that allow me to better understand where our conversation begins.

I am having/considering breast reconstruction:
The type of breast reconstruction I’m having/considering is:
The way I feel about breast reconstruction is predominately:
The actions I see myself taking right now are:
What I find myself predominantly desiring to do in this space is:
What I seem to need the most right now is:
 
 
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Remission/
Stable Metastatic Disease

Cancer Recurrence

Your story is like no other story. You are entirely unique on your road, and also joined by a common set of fears. The first step to moving forward is actually to stop, to take a breath. You have a story that I have not heard and this is a small space to begin understanding it. Below are 5 questions that allow me to better understand where our conversation begins.

The stage of cancer I have been rediagnosed with is:
The way I seem to predominantly feel about the rediagnosis is:
The cancer I have has metastasized:
What I seem to need the most right now is:
The actions I see myself taking right now are:
 
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Cancer Diagnosis of a Friend or Loved One

Cancer Diagnosis of a Friend or Loved One

Your story is like no other story. You are entirely unique on your road, and also joined by a common set of fears. The first step to moving forward is actually to stop, to take a breath. You have a story that I have not heard and this is a small space to begin understanding it. Below are 5 questions that allow me to better understand where our conversation begins.

The stage of cancer my friend or loved one has is:
The way my friend or loved one seems to predominantly feel about the diagnosis is:
The cancer my friend or loved one has has metastasized:
What my friend or loved one seems to need the most right now is:
The actions I see my friend or loved one taking right now are:
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