For most of us, ending relationships is one of the hardest things we go through, sending us to desperate - even primal places, and causing us to question who we are and how we define our life as a whole and on a daily basis.
For some, it's a relief, liberation, corrective, and even healing, but relationship endings still mean change, uprooting us from an established foundation, disorienting, and propelling us into the unfamiliar and unknown.
Whether your breakup is amicable or hostile, whether ending your relationship is something you are contemplating, are in the process of doing already, or is behind you but you still maintain a connection through children, shared community, at work, or a wish to preserve a long-standing friendship, I will hold and guide you through this often painful and sometimes complicated transition.
I have particular expertise in counseling people who are going through a divorce. What to expect in the legal process, mediation, custody evaluations, and how to present yourself in these contexts effectively and appropriately. Sometimes it's damage control, but counseling through this process is an opportunity for self-improvement (as a parent or simply personal growth) like no other.