" 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
In-person intensives are offered over single or multiple days, either-in person or virtually, to provide an immersion experience of facilitated healing support to individuals, couples, or families. This services provides an opportunity to be guided through a process of deep healing and transformation that has been specifically tailored to each client and circumstance. Akin to a personalized retreat, some of the benefits of working this way include having a continuous period of time and space to unpack and work with the issues at hand, and integrate shifts and insights.
Some examples of what might be included during a healing intensive are: support with processing and integrating an experience of loss or difficult life transition; a dedicated healing space for resolving inner or outer conflicts and finding reconciliation with self and others; learning transformative practices and processes for cultivating courage, creativity, and resilience in a troubled world; guidance for finding meaning and discovering purpose; learning practices for emotional alchemy; support with designing personalized rituals to mark life changes or threshold crossings.
The process starts with a 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 continue the integration process. Fees vary according to the circumstances of each client(s). Scholarships are sometimes available outside of the funds required to cover necessary expenses. To receive more information on this service or for any questions please contact me to book an initial free 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.”