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Ecotherapy and Ecopsychology

You are nature.

Nature is not something outside of or separate from you.

You are made from the same stuff as the stars.

We long to root down and bear fruitful lives that will nourish ourselves and others. Yet we live in a culture that is deeply disconnected from the natural processes of our world. This disconnection produces anxiety and isolation, and a desolate feeling of not-enoughness.

We forget what we really are.

Reconnecting with outer nature connects us to inner wholeness. It weaves us back into an ancient and powerful relationship: supporting and being supported by the intelligence of life.

This relationship has the potential to heal and transform, bringing us into balance inside ourselves and with the world in which we live.

Come home to your true nature.

What is ecotherapy with me like?

I weave the natural world throughout my work, both in the office and out of doors.

In the office, we may explore different aspects of nature as they relate to a particular experience or look at different elements of nature that feel relevant or important to you. When appropriate, I offer earth-based ritual and ceremony as well as guided drum journeys to support your healing process and deepen your relationship with your own internal guidance.

I offer outdoor sessions, groups, and guided therapeutic hikes in San Francisco and Marin.

The timing and purpose of these sessions are developed in partnership with you or your group. The time-frame ranges anywhere from 90 minutes to a half- or whole day.

For a free consultation about how ecotherapy might help you, pleaseĀ contact me.

Inspiration. Encouragement. Community. Nature.
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"Keep close to nature's heart, and break clear once in a while, and climb a mountain, or spend a week in the woods, and wash your spirit clean."

- John Muir -