Workshops    Retreats
Individual Sessions

Personal Growth Coaching

Holotropic Breathwork

I offer a number of Holotropic Breathwork workshops in Illinois, North Carolina and North Georgia.
Some of these events are one, two and three day workshops, some are closed group multiple weekend events and some are nature retreats such as the special Total Eclipse workshop in August 2017 (see below).
Individual Work

I work with individuals using a psycho-spiritual approach to personal growth that is throughly grounded in Jungian and Neo-Jungian sensibilities.
I help clients move through transition states,so that they can safely and efficiently arrive at a changed sense of self. This often involves developmental processes, becoming more aware of unconscious blocks and integration of unowned parts of themselves.
Nature Retreats

It has been my experience that a great deal of healing of the psyche or soul can be facilitated simply by an emersion in nature something that we humans naturally experienced for most of our history up till the modern era. Most people are cut off from nature and by extension from a conscious connection to their deepest self., Please visit my website:
www.nurturedbynature.info
Total Eclipse Event

www.eclipse2017northcarolina.com


Practitioner Supervision​​

I also mentor other practitioners especially those who ultilize non-ordinary states of consciousness with their clients. 
I bring a perspective to inner work and healing that has benn shaped by three decades of depth work, non-ordinary states of conscious exploration and a strong Jungian and Neo-Jungian sensibility.

Pilgrimage

One of the oldest transformational experiences that humans have used for reorientation and regeneration is travel to sacred sites. 
I am strongly attracted to this form of travel and lead workshops and walks and trips to sacred sites especially in Ireland, the UK and France.
my next offering will be called The Pilgrimage Experience and will be a week long journey in the wesy country of Ireland. 
"Think you are escaping and run into yourself. Longest way round is the shortest way home."  James Joyce