Sometimes our present life gets the best of us. We may be stumped with how exactly to move forward from the place we are in. Maggie is passionate about sitting and processing those “stuck” places while being curious about how, perhaps, ones’ story may be impacting the present.
Trauma has been a part of Maggie’s story which fuels her desire to walk alongside women who are seeking to be set free from the ramifications of trauma. Ramifications of trauma such as (and certainly not limited to) addictions, anxiety, depression, isolation, relationship struggles, and parenting difficulties. Maggie sees trauma as when life varies from what is considered “normal.” This can range from experiencing divorce as a spouse or as a child, to sexual or physical abuse, or even witnessing life-threatening events. Maggie believes that present day struggles can sometimes be traced back to trauma we may have experienced early in our lives. Not always. But often. She is committed to walking alongside those who wish to walk in greater understanding and freedom.
Having gotten her bachelors in Elementary Education and also due to being in the throes of raising three children, Maggie enjoys working with children on managing their anxiety, learning ways to change behavior that continues to cause trouble for them and children who have experienced trauma, such as bullying, divorce of parents, etc