My Mission: 

My Values: 

When we live in a constant state of stress, anger, anxiety, and/or depression, it impacts our ability to show up for ourselves and others. It's also proven that too much stress on the body can cause physical illness/disease, mental health issues, as well as spiritual blockages. 

Every person, regardless of their disability, race, ethnicity, gender, age, economic status, or sexual orientation, has the right and responsibilities to live up to their full potential in our society, the right to be treated with compassion, respect and dignity, and to be free from stigma and prejudice.

We're not meant to do this life alone. We're all trying to figure out how to move through life's challenges. Having a supportive, caring, and empathetic person next to you can offer less suffering. We're meant to care for one another, support each other, and take care of ourselves in a way that's balanced and healthy, which prevents retraumatization.

Every wound, every fear, every part of the human suffering deserves loving kindness. We must tend to the wound in a way that nourishes, not worsens. 

My Beliefs:

Nowadays, it's become the norm to neglect and dismiss taking care of our mind, body, and spirit. Instead, what's encouraged is to work ourselves to the point of burn out, exhaustion, depletion, which leads to an unfulfilling and unsatisfied life. Or we often find ourselves unable to move through deep internalized trauma, as some forms of therapy have become a band aid for deep wounds. 

If we're able to truly learn how to take care of ourselves and build a positive/healthy relationship with every part, every dimension, every facet of who we are, we can flourish. 

We all can learn ways to empower ourselves. There's an inner wisdom/ inner healing intelligence inside all of us. We might need help learning how to access it, be attuned to it, and trust in it, but once we do, we're all capable of change.