As a counselor, I am much more of a source of questions than a source of answers, because I know that whatever is on your mind or your heart has a solution that is already inside you. My role is to provide you with tools that heal, comfort, and encourage you to access and follow your own inner guidance.

I’m passionate about Interpersonal Neurobiology, an integrated field made up of cognitive and social aspects of neuroscience. It is a study of how our brains affect one another, with the goal of bringing us to a deeper experience of compassion, resilience, and integration (the heart of wellbeing). The “father” of Interpersonal Neurobiology is Daniel Siegel (drdansiegel.com). In studying this, I’ve opened to new depths of my own self-understanding and self-love. Sharing this profound work with others brings me great joy and fulfillment.

My clients experience more emotional balance, peace, clear thinking, and choice. These changes can happen with remarkable ease.

I bring over 25 years of training and experience as a spiritual counselor. In our work together we can integrate your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, so that you live with more joy, clarity, and freedom. I’d love to support you in making your life more wonderful.

“Katherine’s warmth helped me feel safe enough to do the healing I’ve longed for my whole life. Now I’m making sense of my personal history, resulting in a true “coming home,” a returning to a more unified experience of myself.” ~ Richard K

“For years I have worked on healing the debilitating effects of trauma. In just a few sessions with Katherine, persistent patterns of self-sabotage have been transformed, and I’m more able to enjoy life instead of just managing or coping.” ~ Samantha White

Contact me for a free, half-hour discovery session.
I work in person (in Mill Valley, CA), by phone, Zoom, Skype, or Google Hangout.
phone: 415 381-9161
email: KatherineQ@RicherLiving.org

“We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong.” ~ Brene Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection