A little about me

Since I was a teen I have studied art and pursued creative ventures. I've designed and co-produced a variety of music projects (including a Buddhist chanting CD), concerts, plays, and have organized spiritual masters to teach meditation and philosophy. As a life-long meditator I have studying with many great Tibetan masters and shaman seeking methods of integrating spirituality in today's world. 

Today I work PRIMARILY in private practice with individuals seeking a higher quality life, and with entrepreneurs, executives, and cultural creatives in a coaching capacity to break through blocks and obstacles that obscure full potential.

I have a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois, a Master's Degree from Pacifica Graduate Institute, and am a Ph.D. candidate in Jungian psychology. I belong to the Jung Institute of Colorado where I attend regular seminars. In addition, I have studied for over 20 years with indigenous shaman and Tibetan masters seeking methods that are helpful in reaching higher and more clear states of consciousness. 

My soon to be published book, "Meditation in a Complex World" focuses on strategies for executives.

I am devoted to working with myself and with clients to understand the balance between our conscious life and our inner world. What is deep inside you? Let's find out together.  

To “heal” means to make whole, in contrast to “treating,” which is limited and short-sighted
— David Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.