Spirit Guidance, as I practice it, is rooted in Spiritual Direction, or an exploratory excursion off the beaten path of conventional psychotherapy. It is both metaphorical and playful in finding vibrant language to resource the Soul —that slippery, silky thing that Mary Oliver spoke about. People coming from a strong faith tradition or those seeking to deepen their relationship with the Divine may value a therapist who follows a similar walk. It addresses all of the other reasons for doing therapy such as support for anxiety and depression and relationship issues, with the added dimension of a witnessing component or spotlight on the life of the Spirit. This is a unique conversation; sometimes prayerful other times, boundary-crossing in scope and magnitude. Whether at a crossroads of change, or seeking meaning in a time of struggle, this work is about recovering peace and wholeness, wonder and awe.