I support people in exploring personal, familial, ancestral, and societal patterns and constructs toward more liberation and choice. My journey with Sarah began in 2016 learning constellation facilitation as a way to nourish my own passion and curiosity for why we are who we are and the neuroscience behind human behavior.
My healing path of disentangling my own life threads and reweaving them with thought and care are foundational to my work. I believe in the potential for transformation through context, clarity, and bringing coherence to lived experience. I believe in the the power of healing through practicing warm resonant self-dialogue. I use the power of emergent constellation to engage poignant and painful past moments with tenderness to release unconscious contracts.
I bring my years in wilderness programs accompanying youth and adults in wandering the sharp edges, the dark shadowy places, and empty spaces within while using the powerful metaphors of the wild landscapes without. I have trained in restorative process, circle process, and many forms of trauma healing. I am a survivor, an advocate, and a mother of four— all now young adults— and live with horses and dogs in rural Montana. I offer workshops at specific request, and programs in schools and organizations for improving connections and relationships, resolving conflict, supporting restorative dialogue, and the art of healing apology.
I work especially those who have experienced significant loss of trust in humans.
My experience is working with:
- Survivors of sexual violence
- Survivors of domestic violence
- Those who have experienced the loss of a child
- Those in the midst of raising and loving children
- Those with complex, confusing, and painful relationships with their family of origin
“To be witnessed and being received, the breach named and witnessed is a validation and an awakening.” ~ coaching client
“I was moved to tears a number of times during the workshop. It was the beginning of an exploration for me on patriarchy’s influence on our inner landscape.” ~ workshop participant