Take my hand, and we’ll find your purpose in pain together—mental wellness coach
One of the most enriching parts of my practice is working 1: 1 with anyone willing to focus on their healing intensely.
Using various creative healing tools, we will step into the perfect harmony of ordinary and extraordinary mapping toward transformation. If this resonates, please read on, and let’s connect.
1:1 time creates a brave safe space and allows blind spots to be re-healed. A time to refine specific terrains and embrace sourced tools to move with, day to day, in our human garb. To bring home the authenticity of the body.
"I will use specific threads of your life and create a tailor-made 1:1 healing retreat."
Michele's intuitive relatability and personal experiences traversing the complex landscape of grief make her a pillar of support. Not only for grieving mothers but for young adults dealing with various traumas that stand in the way of their growth and development.
She never hides who she is or what she has been through but speaks the truth about difficult and painful subjects with authenticity and honesty.
For Michele, the true miracle is that she is still alive and thriving almost two decades after the death of three children, actively using her story to encourage and teach others while keeping the memory of our loved ones alive through her compassionate approach.
If you are struggling, I can relate on a deep level of compassion.
"I've got your heart."
I have over two decades of experience. My end-of-life work is deeply sacred. If you are struggling with a loved one, decisions, or internal chaos, please contact me for a private consultation. I will navigate you through every moment. Helping others complete their book of life is my life passion project. Let me guide you.
“I work with end-of-life in a very personal, unique, and spiritual manner; I want to bring them comfort in their final moments and also help them embrace life right up until the last breath."
In our modern culture, we are grief-illiterate and death-phobic. Michele is stepping forward to love and comfort the dying and their loved ones with the utmost dignity and respect.
"Death teaches us to love life more. Forming an intimate relationship with the dying, knowing love and death are about fully letting go,” says Michele. Once we choose to hold hands with the dying, we open our hearts to unconditional love.
It’s an extraordinary opportunity for us to observe those dying, not just to help them but to liberate ourselves from the continuum of suffering.