Courageous Journeys®

A Journey of finding true freedom by courageously healing the past


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Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here.

It means you’re ready. Ready to create a new way of being and feeling in the world.


No more shame…isolation…unhealthy or lonely relationships…fear.

Just connection…understanding….love…freedom.

Maybe you’re just starting your search and trying to find ways of connecting or you’ve been on your journey for a while and recognize you want more.

Whatever led you here, get comfy and stay a while so we can take this journey together.


You cannot heal what you deny is wounded. ~ Peggy

Sexual abuse is something that effects 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys. These children grow up to be the adults we become friends with, work with, and marry. They become the partners of our children.

Think about that for a moment…

I am 1 in 3. Since you are here, there’s a good chance you are too (or 1 in 5).

The impact of sexual abuse can be life long and devastating. BUT, it doesn’t have to be.

Healing is possible. Truly, it is. Yes, even for you.

The most damaging aspect of abuse is the shame we carry throughout our lives. Shame that keeps you living a life that is far smaller than you are deserving and capable of…and meant for.

For some people this shows up in obvious ways. Depression, abusive relationships, suicidal thoughts and actions, addiction, flashbacks, etc.

For many others, it shows up as being overly independent or confident, intense reactions or completely shut off emotions, difficulty letting people see, know the “real” you, or no matter what you achieve or have in your life you still feel like something’s missing…a knowing, a deep desire for more.

Wherever you see yourself, I would be honored to take part in your journey of discovering who you truly are under the layers of self-protection and buried pain.