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Weekly Zen for Inner-Peace & Happiness

Buddhist-Inspired, Trauma-Informed Support

  Release Suffering 

& Get Happy Again 


Not Quite Ready to Commit to Working Together? 

Try my free course.

Suffering is a healthy response to toxic or traumatic experiences or people. It is a sacred ground on which to build transformative opportunities and that is where the deepest joy is found.

 

Are you looking to heal from anxiety, stress, trauma, process addictions like codependency, relationship struggles, or any obsessive or habitual patterns (or people) that create suffering? 


Find, build and expand on your inner strengths and resources to create a more balanced and healthier life.


This mini eCourse + 11-page eGuide is a perfect primer to help you understand the three roots of all suffering. Plus, you'll get weekly Zen inspiration, insight and journal prompts.


Who is this for?

ANXIOUS?

This may help you to feel calmer and understand layers of panic.

DEPRESSED?

You may feel a renewed sense of hope when you see the blocks.

UNLOVED?

This may help you see patterns that bring love toward you.

EXHAUSTED?

You might crave vitality; seek clarity to regaining energy.

Hi,

I'm a therapist, mentor, coach, Zen-living advocate

--- and a trauma survivor.

 

We might be on a different path but we are on the same journey. 

  • I am affiliated with and supported by Plum Village (founded by the late Thich Nhat Hanh) and lead a donation-based online sangha, Breathe, for them(and for us).
  • I have been initiated by the His Holiness, The Dalia Lama, in NYC/2012
  • I have training and certifications through Harvard Medical School, The Benson Henry Institute for Mind Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, The Cleveland Clinic, The American Psychological Association, and more; this is not an inclusive list. Although I am a licensed therapist, all of my work is under the umbrella of coaching, mentorship, and teaching.
  • Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, USA.

More...

A few places I've been featured.

I am sometimes asked by journalists to contribute to stories, features or programs on topics surrounding Buddhism, Psychotherapy or Interpersonal Relationships. Journalists may contact me at the button below.

I'm also the creator of the Muddy Path Podcast.

Also, if you are seeking support, feel free to contact my office here as well.

How to go from suffering to vitality? 

If you feel like life has beaten you down, that you've lost motivation and feel overwhelmed, take these steps.

01

Sign up to get the eCourse & 11-page PDF of the root causes of suffering. You'll begin to get weekly Zen with links to free resources.

02

Participate in programs and workshops available, and create a plan with my revised Zen Self-Healing Planner.

03

Deep-dive into your psyche and soul with my signature course, The Lotus Life Lab, (offered 2x a year) complete with workbook & support.

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Three Roots to All Suffering

Free eCourse & eGuide to Take the Mystery Out of All Suffering

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