The expectations we feel and the stories we tell ourselves try to shape us from the outside.

But we don’t have to let them.

You can learn to shape who you are from the inside out.

Cultivate a willingness to dive deep into the roots of who you are.

Discover what motivates you.

Recognize your greatest gifts.

Trust your intuition.

Shed the expectations.

Drop the judgement.

Embrace your light and your dark.

Find meaning in the mundane.

Own your whole story.

Step into authentic expression.

Realize who you are is so essential.

Accept and be all parts of yourself, in all areas of your life.

Unleash your wildish nature in everything you do. Because a life well-lived, depends on it.

Ready to embody your wildish nature?

I’m Joanna, and as a fellow soul-seeker and meaning-maker, I know you might not know exactly what you want, but maybe you just know something has to change.

What if you could start a new relationship with yourself, with your light, your dark, your past wounds and your greatest gifts? What if you could own your whole story, while becoming the person you want to be?

I want to inspire you and give you steps to get closer to your true self – to accept and be all parts of yourself, in all areas of your life.

I want to help you embody and express your “wildish nature.”

But what does that mean?

This is shaping who we are from the inside out. Owning your whole story and learning to embrace your light, your dark, your deepest wounds and your greatest gifts. Seeking soul and making meaning in the mundane.

I’m a licensed psychotherapist passionate about helping women learn to connect, cultivate, and create magic with their wild and unapologetic selves, from the inside out. I want to help you own your whole story and unleash your wildish nature in everything you do. Because a life well-lived, depends on it.



 

 

 

“Because of my experiences with Joanna, I have become a more whole person. My self doubt is beginning to wane and I am more confident in facing life. I now examine my thoughts and feelings versus running away from or burying them. I have found my tribe! I belong to a group of women that support and accept me, and give input when needed to enable me to grow and become the best I can be. I am so grateful and thankful for all.” – Emma P.