SO NICE TO MEET YOU
Maybe someone you trust mentioned my name, or maybe you stumbled upon one of my videos, quotes or articles online. Whatever path you took, I’m really glad you’re here.
This site is for anyone trying to find their way after significant loss, sudden change, or crisis. Perhaps it was a recognized tragedy, but it could also have been was just as likely a series of quiet injuries that eventually woke you up to a life you no longer recognized. What makes a tragic event traumatic is malicious intent and a lack of validation. This is practically the definition of narcissistic abuse, so it is not surprising that so many survivors are having a hard time moving on. That's where I come in. My own life experience coupled with the years I spent counseling traumatized people gave me an opportunity to notice patterns and develop strategies for moving past the pain and once and for all being released from the struggle, and that is what I can help you do as well.
Let me be your guide through this sacred place in your life and I'll show you that it is possible to heal from trauma and take from it every lesson it came to teach you.
Let's start something beautiful together. This is your time.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT ME?
Most recently I've been the host of Evening TV, a youTube channel about reinventing yourself after trauma, online educator, writer and entrepreneur.
LOOKING TO WATCH SOME EVENING TV?
After my son died in July 2016, I was compelled to share our story and so I launched Evening TV on youTube as well as the N.O.A.H. podcast and My Ransom Notes blog with the goal of raising public awareness of the hidden abuse that causes Complex Trauma and how to recognize the symptoms.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO NEXT NO MATTER WHAT
Grab this free audio training called Stop Signs: How To Identify a Relationship of Inevitable Harm
The title pretty much explains what it’s about and why you might want it. But more importantly...
Grabbing that also makes you an ER Insider. Which means you’ll have access to Insider-only giveaways and other tips, tools and insights I don’t share anywhere else.
HERE’S WHAT SOME ER INSIDERS HAVE TO SAY
“I have learned so much from you [Evening]. I don't know where you find the courage and strength to do what you do, but I am grateful to have found you."
“I admire your courage and thank you for bringing attention to problems that few understand and even fewer talk about."
"If anyone's story speaks to the issue of emotional abuse in families and the trauma it causes it is yours. Its clear that your son is still with you in all you do."