If you have childhood pain or trauma you have come to the right place. I specialize in freeing you from childhood hurts, whether stemming from emotionally unavailable parents, self-absorbed parents, alcoholic or addictive parents, not having parents, or trauma. I have learned from my clients that no matter how much work they do with their conscious mind (coaching, therapy, etc.), childhood wounds, especially when related to rejection, violence, physical abuse or sexual abuse, the wounds create a virus on the hard drive of the brain that leads you to believe, deep down, that you are not worthy or that you are just a bad person. And that's simply not true - you are a good person and you are worthy. Remember, as a 2, 3, or 4-year-old child, you looked at the world in a very simplistic way (“I am good” or “I am bad”-“I am lovable” or “No one will ever love me.”) At this young age, any negative event can trigger these beliefs. These beliefs then get accentuated and become a program as you live life. Having these programs is a tremendous energy drain. 


Even if, as child, you had loving but busy parents, you may have concluded that you were not lovable with your 3-year-old brain. These deeply wired beliefs can be neutralized and reprogrammed, and it’s actually quite easy. I can’t tell you how many of my clients – intelligent, self-aware, highly educated people (sometimes even therapists who have done years of work on themselves) are stunned to realize in our RTT session that they actually still carried these root beliefs of “I’m not good enough,” “I will never fit in,” or “I’m not loveable.” Once the programming is upgraded there can be awareness, insight, and most importantly, freedom. Clients often report that they feel lighter and happier. Suddenly they may seek healthier relationships, remove blocks that were previously stopping them in their work, and they enjoy their lives.

Note that for childhood issues, I typically recommend RTT sessions. RTT can be very effective in pulling these old beliefs out by the roots. However, a 60- or 90-minute coaching session is always a good place to start.