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Updated: Jun 6

I am finally doing it!! Starting a blog has been on my mind and put on the back-burner of my endless “to-do list” for a long time. The truth is, I’ve allowed self-doubt to get in the way of starting. Where do we start? Let’s start with who I am and my vision for this blog.


I am a dreamer, mind-body wellness aficionado, highly spiritually and intuitive, animal lover-- and I LOVE to travel. My vision for this blog is to document all things related to wellness, spirituality, and travel. I am known to spend a lot of time in my head, and to my defense, it’s one of my favorite places to be! However, it is time that I share with the world. I know I am not the only person on a path towards wellness, so here I stand in solidarity.


A tad bit more about my background: I am a licensed psychotherapist and the owner of a private practice in CT. I am also the clinical director at bekome- a mental wellness company focused on providing a natural alternative to help decrease anxiety through vitamin, amino acid, and herbal supplementation. Check us out!




I am also an adjunct professor, teaching Sociology, and Psychology classes. I am currently completing a Doctorate in Health Science with a Clinical Nutrition Concentration. I am OBSESSED with learning, which ties into the dreamer part of me. I have huge ambitions and am continually striving towards self-actualization!


I am trained in acupuncture, hypnotherapy, Reiki, kids yoga, and provide animal-assisted therapy (working with horses.) I will actually be going away next month to Panama for a month-long journey to become a certified yoga teacher!! Can you tell I am passionate about the mind-body-spirit connection?


Pheww, trying to “describe” myself, in a nutshell, is hard! And if I am honest, there is one more part of me that I have kept protected from the world. When I say I am “spiritually intuitive,” that is a very vague definition. I don’t want to spill it all here, but let’s say I have it spiritual gifts. And that right there has been one of the most difficult personal journeys for me. But this is the year of integration-- so here I am, stepping into all that I am.


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