Hello! You’ve come to the right place. I realize that asking for help can be intimidating, shameful and frightening. My goal is to make the process simple, safe and without judgement. Contact me today at Peg@spiritofhopecc.com to find hope and healing.
My new workbook Reclaiming Your Lost Soul: A Soul Seekers Life Guide, which is now available, offers help for those who have lost their souls for the sake of loved ones (codependency). This happens for many reasons. Often effective new skills are needed, such as: learning to set boundaries, understanding your negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, improving self-esteem, and connecting with God to reclaim your lost soul. Prayers are written to connect with God and writing in the workbook encourages thoughtful reflection. Read more by clicking here.
For struggles with anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse, and other issues I have specialized certification in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). We work together to determine what treatment mode fits for you. And hundreds of couples have found restoration for their relationships when they have learned healing ways to communicate and resolve conflict.
I believe we all have the right answers for our situation within us and we only need a little help to access those answers. I collaborate with clients so they can find their true selves and learn to be the person God intended them to be . . . to be authentic. With help, you can alleviate negative core messages, address relationship problems, build self-esteem and learn new ways to live without internal turmoil.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
I Believe True Healing Comes from God
I’m doing this work because I believe it’s God’s desire for my life to help others. I do, however, know that not everyone shares the same viewpoint. I’m here to help anyone, no matter your values or religious beliefs. I honor where everyone is at in their spiritual journey.
We can’t help people spiritually when there is emotional pain that needs to be attended to first.” – Rev. Christopher B. Enstad