" I cannot recommend Lara highly enough, as a wise, compassionate witness and guide.
Grief yields to gratitude, for these experiences, all of them."
Öcean MacConnell Liff-Anderson
Healing intensives provide an immersion experience of facilitated support for individuals or couples and are offered either in-person or virtually. Akin to a personal retreat tailored to your particular needs and circumstances this service provides a dedicated space to dive deep into a process of healing and transformation. One of the benefits of working this way is having a continuous period of time and space to engage multiple healing practices and integrate shifts and insights. An intensive can be designed to take place over several hours or a single day or multiple days.
An intensive can offer support for many issues and challenges, including processing and integrating an experience of loss or life transition, working to resolve and reconcile inner or outer conflicts, cultivating courage, creativity, and resilience for these troubled times, or learning the art and practice of emotional alchemy to transmute wounds and claim hidden blessings. Some of the practices I draw from in this work include inner empathy processes, trauma release and resolution, grief education and support, visualization and breath work, lament work, and personalized ritual.
The process starts with an initial consultation to determine the focus of our work together and discuss logistics such as location, duration, and costs. A follow up call is offered one week after the intensive to check in around agreements made during our time together and to support the integration process. Fees vary according to the duration of the intensive and I operate a sliding scale based on the economic circumstances of each client(s) as it is important to me to make this work accessible. For more information or questions please contact me to book an initial consultation.
“No person, trying to take responsibility for her or his identity, should have to be so alone. There must be those among whom we can sit down and weep, and still be counted as warriors.”