Hello!

It is nice to meet you via this website. I look forward to getting to know you. In the mean time let me introduce myself and share a little bit about the work I do.

Where to start? Credential wise I am a LMFT, experienced in the areas of Marriage and Family Therapy and Career/Life Coaching. Equipped with 25+ years of experience serving in the San Francisco Bay Area, it is a delight to be able to help individuals reduce stress, anxiety and the fear that has become a driving force in their lives.

Drawing from my early childhood in Hawaii, and then India where I attended grade school and high school living in an international boarding school. I grew up hiking, camping, traveling throughout India. During vacation times, our family participated in the local life of the community. We worked in village medical clinics, helped with flood relief, built recreational facilities for young men and women, and cultivated deep friendships with people of many nationalities and religions. These experiences were the “spark” that ignited my passion for helping people.

My Christian faith drives the daily expression of who I am, I understand and value that each human journey is unique and strive to help others embrace who they are and find the path that has been chosen for them.

I struggle with what is most important to share when I first meet someone. I bet you might feel the same way, but I hope this is a good start.

Click here to read my full but boring BIO, or better yet give me a call or send me an e-mail and let’s connect in the real world. I would love to meet and spend a few minutes discussing how I could help you move forward toward a life you love.

Until we connect I am wishing you all the best,

Carol


 

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“Sweet spot. You have one, you know. Your life has a plot; your years have a theme. You can do something in a manner that no
one else can.” Max Lucado,
“Cure for the Common Life”, (p.8.)

 

“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil…to give you a future and
a hope.” (Jeremiah 29:11)