My experience working in healthcare, hospice and palliative care support my therapeutic perspective of the whole self: individuals are made up of the self, environment, family, friends, and larger community. I do not believe balance means equal time and space for all the things in your life. I believe that balance means congruence between thoughts, actions, and values. This congruence shifts and changes as the demands of life do and sometimes, we struggle with what that means for our roles, identity, and well-being. Incongruence can lead to anxiety, depression, and other problems of living. By using mindfulness techniques, problem solving, and motivational interviewing, it is my hope that you will allow me to walk with you as you get to know yourself and reconstruct life meaning after experiencing transition or loss.