More than anything, Wildish Work is about relationships: how you relate to your life, your choices, people, and environment.
It’s an intuitive and intentional process. I provide an open, candid environment to examine and refine your relationships, especially with yourself, which significantly alters how you perceive and interact with the outer world. It might look something like this:
Locate and address old and new wounds
Identify unclaimed strengths and skills
Negotiate “immovable” obstacles
Catch the Slippery Fish of Denial
Unveil what you care deeply about
Recognize your calling(s)
I. Map your inner geography:
II. Acclimate to your newly mapped inner geography:
Transition away from symptomatic behaviors
Attend to your authentic dreams
Align more fully with your deep nature
Take action with more confidence
Recognize and wield your power with integrity and balance
Wildish Work is not therapy, and not bound by the limitations placed on therapeutic practice. In addition to traditional counseling, we might talk over lunch, career plan, take walks, or employ a number of other modalities: trance work, homework, art lessons, networking, vision quests, academic support, scheduling assistance, laughing meditation, spirit-guide work, theater improvisation, charity work… Any of these might accompany standard, talk-therapy-like counseling techniques.
I bring my non-counseling background into my counseling practice.
the arts: audio, performance, theater, dance, and the visual arts
roughing it (urban and rural)
education: pre-k through adult seniors
at-risk youth mentoring
I work primarily within the 16-80 age range.
I see individuals, couples, triads+, families, and groups.
Gender, Sexual Identity:
I work with people of all genders and sexual identities (including unidentified).
My practice is most influenced by:
Click here for a list of common topics and issues addressed in Wildish Work
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