A little about me...
I am a coach, teacher, artist, musician, storyteller, and writer. I love connecting with all kinds of people and find that keeping an open and curious perspective in my own life helps me to be of service to clients coming from various backgrounds and experiences.
I’ve offered coaching, counseling and consultations throughout North Carolina for over 25 years. During that time I’ve specialized in educating people in the areas of Integrative Medicine, mind-body practices, and bodywork. At my wellness center in Southport, NC, I offered Integrative Health consultations and bodywork; created medicinal teas; and offered classes in healing, movement, meditation, and herbal medicine. I have lectured on the effects of herbal preparations for Duke University Medical Center staff, and have taught on the importance of patient advocacy at the Seymour Center in Chapel Hill. I’ve co-taught courses in medicinal herbs and permaculture at Central Carolina Community College.
I am also a speaker for the North Carolina Humanities Council as part of their Road Scholar program; a comedy improv performer, and a published author. Drawing on my professional and personal experiences in the areas of wellness, personal growth and Earth-based spiritual traditions, allows me to provide a multi-textured perspective and lens from which my clients can explore their place of being in the world.