Helping You Find Your Own Good in Safe, Open-Minded Ways
Move Toward Good
Move Toward Good is committed to helping you move closer to your goals, your dreams, your life worth living.
I help people find their good
There’s lots of ways to explore feeling your best. Are you into one-on-one therapy, either via telehealth or in person? Are you wanting to crowd a whole polyam fam into the same room to have some conversations? Are you looking for a fun 3 day workshop that moves you closer to your best life? How about some self-paced classes that are always available and always affordable?
I’ve got you!
One-on-one attention focused on your goals.
Sometimes our relationships go a bit pear-shaped.
A highly experiential, intensive training based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown
Therapist to Therapist
Are you providing safe space?
Are you looking to deepen your relationship connections, live braver, show up in your life authentically, and develop shame resilience?
Move Toward Good offers a self-paced, online course called “Move Toward Good in a Fat Body” to support you in your healing and wellness. We keep this course afforadable and available for anyone, any time!
Move toward good
Why not feel good?
You’re living a life that may not fit in conventional boxes. You knew how hard that was going to be. Maybe you spent some time in your life trying to fit in, instead, but that doesn’t work either. It’s been hard. It’s been worth it.
But you’re struggling. Living brave is not always easy. Who can you turn to for respectful support, tools and ideas to create your life worth living?
It’s my passion to create healing, safe space that is fat positive, sex positive, nerdy, queer affirming, poly and kink aware. I’m here to help you soothe anxiety, lift depression, really like yourself, manage strong emotions and handle conflict with loved ones like a pro.
I offer lots of ways to find your good. Individual and relationship counseling from the comfort of your home or in my office if you prefer. Workshops for a check up and tune in with others. What’s your good?