I am a mother, sister, aunt and friend. I started caregiving at the age of 8, when my father became very ill, and ultimately passed away 11 years later. I grew up the youngest of nine children in a home where the primary bread winner could no longer work. To say that I experienced trauma at different levels is an understatement.
I have spent years of self healing and talk therapy attempting to reclaim the joy and connection I felt as an early child. Nothing seemed to work long term.
Fast forward.. Some time ago, I found myself off work from my well paying job for almost 5 months due to illness and injury. During my time off, I realized that I had to deal with the money trauma I learned as a child.
I found the Rapid Transformational Therapy® Method and Marisa Peer and never looked back. The immense relief I felt after one session was life changing. I knew that I wanted to help as many people as possible achieve the same new found freedom I had found.
I have trained directly under Marisa Peer and her elite team of trainers in the RTT® method. The freedom and joy that people are able to reclaim through this method has been so rewarding to witness.
Every baby comes on to this planet full of Joy, Confidence, and Connection. Working with me, we will help you reconnect with these simple pleasures of life that we all deserve.
Why I chose the Inuksuk:
Inuksuk (pronounced ih-nook-suuk): An Inuksuk in the shape of a person signifies safety, hope and friendship. These stone sculptures were also important for navigation, as a point of reference. They were visible in snowy conditions, can endure extreme weather and, ultimately, can help people survive. The wary traveler, seeing the Inuksuk may feel the connection to the people who left it behind, letting them know that they were not alone.