ReConceive Your Space

Space matters to your health, relationships, and overall satisfaction in life. But often our spaces become burdened with things that do not bring joy. We need fresh eyes and a plan for making changes to our offices and homes – and we need the coaching to jumpstart our creative curating process. Once the process is underway, people generally feel relief, excitement, and hope.

I love helping people get the spaces that help them heal and realize their dreams. To ReConceive Your Space, we meet at your office or home to envision, plan, and develop the room you want.

For business owners: we spend half a day working on your office – or perhaps a sanctuary at home where you meditate and get ready for your workday.

For couples: we work on a space in your home where you’d both like something new that allows you to enjoy each other’s company.

Among my many tools, I use Tapping (EFT), Performance EMDR, art- making, and other methods to help you clear unwanted clutter and revision your space so that you are productive, energized, and in flow with life and business.



ReConceive Your Space Blogs

Listening to Children’s Anger: Anger Wisdom, Part XXIII

Remember being angry as a child? Children's anger deserves our attention. When I talk to adults about their childhood anger, they usually remember, but feel anxious talking about it. Sometimes they draw a complete blank. I definitely remember being angry as a kid, and...

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When Anger Corrodes: Anger Wisdom, Part XXII

When anger corrodes. Wait, does it? How can you tell when your anger morphs from a moment of clarity and self-protection to something else entirely? Anger has its destructive side . . . at least Ursula K. Le Guin believes it does. I reserve the right, at the end of...

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Exiting a Sick System: Anger Wisdom, Part XIX

How does anger help us exit sick systems? Anger helps us exit sick systems. How? Anger allows information processing, because it is a part of the learning curve. So, let’s look at how anger facilitates timely exit when we need it. First, sick systems tend to have...

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