To forgive is to release any expectation that is causing you to suffer. That expectation can be about yourself, others, God, experiences and circumstances. Together we will create a non-judgmental space for you to: tell your story of pain, loss or suffering; name your hurts; grant forgiveness; and either renew or release the relationship that led to a need to forgive.
I often hear, "I can't forgive him/her that - he/she doesn't deserve it." But consider this: I once had a client who's sister had been murdered. When she came to me for counseling, she was consumed by rage, grief and a desire to "get even". Now, seven years after working together to forgive her sister's killer, my former client periodically let's me know "I still feel so peaceful and whole."
Our forgiveness facilitation process will begin with "preparing to make a change" - the preparation process is individualized, based on who you are, your life experiences, belief system and what you have identified as needing forgiveness. When you feel ready, we will identify the forgiveness path and method that's right for you.
When my emotional and spiritual life took a turn that needed professional insight, perspective and redirection, I discovered Elizabeth's uniquely attuned background to guide me through that period. Forgiveness Training, HeartMath, along with her empathetic personality were just what my untethered self needed. The tools Elizabeth taught me - and that I have worked with over time -have truly changed my life for the better! Mary Sue Grimm, Wisconsin