The Feminine Revival is well underway —
is this the moment you’ve been waiting for?
Have you awakened to your inner authority?
Do you own a sense of wonder about your emotions?
Do you allow yourself to be multifaceted and imperfect?
Each one of us is a work in progress.
The Hungry Feminine is my progress.
I believe one of the most significant causes of human suffering in modern society is
our collective devaluing of those very elements: empathy, imagination, nurturance, presence, receptivity, emotional intelligence -- the elements of the archetypal feminine.
As such, I've nurtured The Hungry Feminine to be a space where that feminine can be fed through creativity, emotional expression, storytelling, collaboration, and respect of nature.
Breathing life back into the feminine leads us to a brighter masculine and a deeper sense of wholeness.
Neurodivergent, multi-passionate feeler, creative, and guardian of solitude.
Some of my passions have made me also:
photographer, potter, writer, painter, and explorer of strange and beautiful places.
a podcast about the archetypal feminine and masculine.
I consider myself a wayward wanderer of both light and shadow aspects of self. My work has led me to become something of a tour guide for others seeking the same; to more deeply connect with themselves and the world they're in.
Often perusing my own emotional landscape, creating spontaneously, and living in awe of nature, I find the non-literal and non-linear elements of life to be sacred.
I coach and mentor adults who are seeking
balance between archetypal feminine and masculine within themselves.
This is how I got here.
Two months after the 2008 economic collapse, I strutted out of Hofstra University with a brand new, and suddenly useless, bachelors degree in business management.
Millions of people were out a job, and with no real workforce experience, I would be no one's first hiring choice. I worked various jobs wherever possible until I found myself deep into a digital marketing career I never meant to start.
Eventually, once job scarcity waned, I realized I could make a renewed choice. Against the limiting narratives of the world I grew up in, I went back to school.
A few years later I graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute with a master's in Depth Psychology. Days before the COVID lockdown began, I passed my licensing exam and became a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I don't offer therapy in this space, but if you're seeking that kind of support, you can visit my practice page.
I decided to expand into coaching and consultation because I wanted to focus more directly on the masculine and feminine in my one-on-one work with clients and support a wider variety of individuals.