Welcome!

Trauma, by definition, relates to that which is most terrible, tragic, and debilitating in our lives. Yet through our suffering we have earned wisdom, ready to harvest when conditions are right. We now know what it takes to set up those conditions together.

The greatest joy I know is sharing the adventure of healing and awakening with people who have the courage to take their next step. I’m working to help make that next step available for more of us.

About Kate

I don’t mind being called a geek. In fact, when I was seven, around the time this photo was taken, I decided I was going to be a physicist like my Uncle Alan. To me that meant expanding the frontier of human understanding, building upon a foundation of solid facts established through scientific exploration.

Thirteen years later, while reading The Tao of Physics for a college assignment, I realized that the most intriguing questions about the nature of reality involved the observer. In other words, our own consciousness. I needed to know more about us, and switched my major to psychology.

Wait– you call this a science? Beyond rat experiments (not the reason I abandoned black holes and quantum entanglement) I found plenty of opinions yet few solid areas of agreement. I finished a Masters in Counseling program, but my studies felt….kind of… fuzzy.

It was only when I had the good fortune to study trauma therapy methods (see Work with Kate) that I had firm ground to stand upon again. I was ecstatic to be back in the realm of reliable results, while making a difference for individuals and for life on Earth. The thrill of expanding the boundaries of knowledge never ends. Of course, the more we know, the more we know we don’t know!

About Kate

I don’t mind being called a geek. In fact, when I was seven, around the time this photo was taken, I decided I was going to be a physicist like my Uncle Alan. To me that meant expanding the frontier of human understanding, building upon a foundation of solid facts established through scientific exploration.

Thirteen years later, while reading The Tao of Physics for a college assignment, I realized that the most intriguing questions about the nature of reality involved the observer. In other words, our own consciousness. I needed to know more about us, and switched my major to psychology.

 

 

Wait– you call this a science? Beyond rat experiments (not the reason I abandoned black holes and quantum entanglement) I found plenty of opinions yet few solid areas of agreement. I finished a Masters in Counseling program, but my studies felt….kind of… fuzzy.

It was only when I had the good fortune to study trauma therapy methods (see Work with Kate) that I had firm ground to stand upon again. I was ecstatic to be back in the realm of reliable results, while making a difference for individuals and for life on Earth. The thrill of expanding the boundaries of knowledge never ends. Of course, the more we know, the more we know we don’t know!

Upcoming Events

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PowerPoint download from Kate’s presentation “Are We Ready for Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy?” at the Dec. 6-8 Arizona Plant Medicine Conference