Not all who wander are lost.
Maybe you’re questioning your faith.
Maybe you’re tired of organized religion.
Maybe you’re sick of church and going through the motions.
Maybe you’re tired of walking wounded by religious people who claim to love you.
Researchers show that a growing percentage of Americans identify as “Spiritual But Not Religious.” A vast number of these individuals have come from Christian backgrounds.
If this is you, you’re not alone.
I’ve spent the past few years asking questions, listening to stories, reading research studies, and writing a doctoral dissertation on this very topic. People are hurting and you might be one of them.
If you are looking for someone neutral to talk with about your spiritual path, get in touch with me let’s see if we are a good fit for working together.
- Healing-centered: we are looking for the way forward. Our trauma does not define us, and the world needs what we each have to offer.
- Attachment-focused: we need deep connection. We are rebuilding our bonds with God and with other people.
- Holistic: we are whole people–mind, body, and spirit–who have often been disintegrated or fractured by any number of circumstances. We need to restore our connections with the Divine: with God, self, others, and creation.
Disclaimer: I am not a licensed mental health care practitioner and do not provide psychotherapy or mental health treatment. During our intake process and subsequent plan we develop together, I will refer you to therapies, counseling, coaching, legal, and/or medical help as necessary.