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I became a stepmom at 24 years old.

I was a single, independent, some would say strong willed female with no children of my own.


I had just moved from my small California town to a big city in Utah on a whim and unexpectedly met and fell head over heels in love with a man who happened to have four kids — all of this happening in less than a year. 

It was a lot to process, believe me! 

Was this the plan I had always had for my life? 

Hard no.

My plan had been to remain single, finish college, develop a successful career, travel the world, ride my horses on the weekends, and live childless till my early thirties, maybe even mid-thirties if I'm being honest! 

I can’t help but just laugh looking back at those “plans” now.

Boy, did my life take a detour.


Do I regret that detour? Absolutely not!

Have I always felt that way? No.

Have there been times when I felt like it was all too much to handle? Yes!

Has that detour brought me directly to my knees more times than I can count?

Yes girl — Yes it has.


I have had to struggle and claw my way through these last 13 years, some days just barely holding on.

I have seen multiple therapists, healers, read countless books, leaned on multiple friends for support along the way. At the time completely desperate for validation and support. 

But listen, it does not have to be this way for you!

What has taken me thirteen years to collect for myself through many different resources is exactly what I hope to provide for you here in our sessions.

You're not alone in this.

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