I think I’ve always known I’d become The Strategic Relationship Consultant, even if my younger self wouldn’t have had a title for what’s become both my profession and a remarkably successful approach to helping people strengthen their relationships.
I think I’ve always known I’d become The Strategic Relationship Consultant, even if my younger self wouldn’t have had a title for what’s become both my profession and a remarkably successful approach to helping people strengthen their relationships
it started with a lifelong
habit of asking “too many questions”
it started with a lifelong habit of asking “too many questions”
I needed to understand the “how” and “why” behind everything I was asked to learn. That habit, coupled with a reputation as a trusted listener, led me to a bachelor’s degree at Emory University, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, and a career as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-The Strategic Relationship Consultant
From a very early age, I found myself listening and taking in peoples’ stories shared in schools, dog parks, or any place where they gathered. I have always been an excellent listener, able to empathize and offer solutions in the moment. I took great satisfaction in hearing from friends and acquaintances how my words made a difference or changed their course. Reflecting on those earlier years, I realize I was always results and solution focused.
As I grew my practice, I became convinced that my clients wanted more than an opportunity to discuss their feelings and could benefit from more active steps towards change. Using years of experience helping individuals and couples, I began developing unique strategies to complement the in-depth counseling I was providing. Based on their success, I separated these techniques from my therapy practice and began working as The Strategic Relationship Consultant with clients around the world.
Now, helping clients get to the “why” has become one part of my unique program. When they understand why problems in their relationship are occurring, why prior attempts to strengthen their relationships haven’t worked, and why my strategies I suggest make a difference, they enjoy the process and reach their goals more quickly.
Because I talk a lot in my work about restoring fun and excitement in relationships, let me share a bit about what I do for fun and excitement in my own life: I love traveling to places far and wide, from exploring castles to African safaris. I enjoy cruising and yachting, ziplining, waterfall rappelling and hiking. I never turn down a hot air balloon ride or a tropical vacation.
People can sometimes become lost in traditional therapy. I believe it’s possible to restore the magic that once drew them to their partner. My unique strategies have reignited my clients’ hope, laughter, and intimacy often more quickly than traditional therapy. In no time, they feel excited about their future together.
Now that you know “why me”, Iet’s talk about “why you”?