Woman Overboard!

Six Ways Women Avoid Conflict
and One Way to Live Drama-Free

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Tired of Trying
to Change Him?

How to leave your relationship a better
person than when you started it.

Choose Yourself

Learn the Art of
Conflict Navigation

Bring Rachel to your organization for engaging, active tips on handling difficult conversations with power and grace.

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Conflict Navigation

Difficult conversations are imperative
for personal and relational health.

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Forgive and Forget

Why denial makes therapy seem harder than it is.

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Huge heart, big stress

Are you a smart woman with a huge heart, but struggle with stress, anxiety or depression?

Whether you’re craving greater intimacy with your partner or greater success in your profession, you want to learn how to advocate for yourself. You want to fearlessly bring your loving leadership into the world.

I can help. Working with me, you’ll experience body-centered, grounded ways to help you unearth what keeps you from knowing what you want, expressing what you want — and getting what you want!

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I offer psychotherapy, relationship coaching, and intuitive healing services. My clients work through Good Girl issues such as codependent relationships, people-pleasing, and life transitions. I offer sessions in my office in the Eastlake neighborhood near downtown Seattle and via video sessions.


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The Book

Learn more about Woman Overboard and how to better handle conflict.

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You Need Your Anger

You Need Your Anger

without a healthy arrogance, you end up not fighting for yourself and your ideas. You back down more readily, because you don’t want to start an argument and you don’t want people to think you’re “difficult,” “emotional,” or least of all, “angry.” And this fear of how we are perceived, along with our fear of the conflict that would arise, keeps women from advocating for the changes that we see NEED to happen.