Category Archives: Counseling
Looking to get hitched?
It’s no secret– I love a wedding. To be more specific, I love to officiate weddings. I have never thought of myself as a romantic, but I am in awe of the deep commitment, vulnerability and hopefulness that work in … Continue reading
Posted in Counseling, Liturgy, Weddings Tagged getting married, interfaith, liturgy, New York City, premarital, wedding officiant, weddings, worship Leave a comment
My new gig
When people ask me that inocuous and well-meaning question, “So, what do you do?” I am immediately tongue-tied. What do I say? Well, I’m a part-time chaplain intern, itinerant Presbyterian minister, and sometimes stay-at-home mom. It’s a mouthful. But since … Continue reading
Posted in Counseling, Grief Workshop, Personal, PSI, Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute Tagged Columbia University, couples counseling, Georgetown University, grief counseling, pastoral counseling, premarital counseling, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A), PSI, Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute, therapy, Trinity Wall Street, Union Theological Seminary Leave a comment