My practice, my family, and I are deeply embedded in the Lexington community. Being an active, caring part of the community is one of the elements that allows me to connect deeply to my clients and their grief. I am also closely connected to my family, which grounds me and allows me to be present for my clients and to help them find a place of hope. My husband and I have lived in Lexington for 15 years, and my husband grew up here. Our son is 18 years old and is a senior at Lexington High School, and our daughter is in 7th grade. I welcome all members of the Lexington and surrounding communities into my practice: people of every ethnicity, religious community, and gender. I am particularly welcoming to members of the LGBTQ+ community. I believe that a loving community is crucial to everyone's journey through grief and into hope.