Maybe you are feeling lost, disconnected, uncertain, and living from a place of reactivity that's impacting your inner peace and the relationships around you. You feel like you have more moments where you don't recognize yourself and feel uncomfortable with the impact you are having. You want to get back to yourself but you have no idea where to start, and the current level of responsibility as parent, stepparent, or leader has you feeling like it's hard to take the time and space you need to sort through what needs to be sorted through so that you can get to a clearer state. You know your heart is in the right place, but it seems like your actions don't always line up with who you want to be, and maybe even who you know yourself to be. Learn how mindful therapy can help you slow down, reconnect with true self, and orient your actions to be in alignment with your values. Getting support from a professional can be a great place to start to work through what is bogging you down and come to more clarity, peace, and authenticity.
I'm here to support you with the support and guidance to make decisions that feel congruent with who you are and what you want to see in the world. So that you can feel like you are being authentic, and also living and loving with intention instead of stuck in reaction.
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Here's how Upward Spiral Wellness can help
In-person or Online
Get individualized support to process your internal struggles and find solutions that work for you. Develop the mental tools to navigate your relationships with others and most importantly, yourself.
Baltimore County, Maryland
Join a safe, non-judgmental space to connect with like-minded, like-hearted people. This group will offer you a place to get the grounding, replenishment, stress management, and mindfulness practice that you need!
I currently facilitate groups for women. and organizations. If you're interested in experiencing a nature therapy workshop for your workplace, please contact me.
Learn to advocate for your emotional well-being.
Mindful therapy & nature groups help you prioritize a healthier internal landscape so that you can be the best version of yourself. Addressing your emotional and spiritual life and overall wellness can give you access to joy, playfulness, as well as success in areas of your life that matter most. The stillness offered in mindfulness practices taught both individually and in the nature therapy group setting can teach you to foster intention and space in a world that demands non-stop attention.
You want so badly to be everything to everyone and feel like a success in all areas of your life. Life throws all sorts of demands at you. It's incredibly hard to be an amazing leader at work,
a super-star parent at home, and a supportive partner, daughter, sister, and friend.
Where do you fit in all this?
It can be SO helpful to partner with a professional to look at emotional, relational, and mental pitfalls that leave you feeling disempowered and out of alignment. Getting right with your priorities and clear with yourself about what REALLY matters in the midst of all this can make a huge difference in how you navigate life's challenges!
While it can be challenging to find a therapist you trust to support you to work through the stuff that might be uncomfortable for you to admit and to share, it IS worth the effort. The relationship you have with your therapist is what matters most in determining the helpfulness of your therapy experience. I recommend "shopping around" and finding someone that feels like a fit financially, emotionally, energetically, and suits your location needs.
"The Stepmom support group gave me skills to build a relationship with my stepson. It gives me a place to turn when i need advice and things get hard. Ladies who understand the struggle. Nathalie was a life/relationship saver. I couldn't be happier that i joined her group!"
Stepmom to 10 yr old boy
"These hikes re-acquainted me with the mindful part of myself I had been missing for years.
I commuted an hour to make it each hike and it was worth it every time."
Therapist in MD
"We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps.”