People that come to a Spiritual Advisor are seeking support with …
The Desire to Make Ourselves and the World Better
Adults of all ages, from all over the world, and from many different cultures and backgrounds experience growth and connection from meeting with a Spiritual Advisor. What weaves everyone together is a commitment to service, to bettering ourselves, and to making the world a better place.
Many clients come to a Spiritual Advisor when they are considering or in the midst of a major life transition. This life change often involves a spiritual awakening and/or a shift in extrasensory awareness. It can also be an external shift such as a career change, starting a new business, retirement, change in romantic relationship status, change in parenting role, or relocation.
Challenges of Caregiving
Caregivers need soul care more than anyone, and a Spiritual Advisor supports caregivers of all types. A Spiritual Advisor offers support to professionals in nursing, social work, psychology, spiritual direction, energy healing, life coaching, and more. People caring for elderly or disabled loved ones and people caring for loved ones with substance use disorder are often among those who meet with a Spiritual Advisor. As a Spiritual Advisor, Stacey knows the struggles of caregiver fatigue and the teachings of the 12-step programs.
Faith Deconstruction and Spiritual but Not Religious
People experiencing faith deconstruction (loss of faith in a religious institution), who don’t fully fit into their religion, and those who are spiritual but not religious deserve soul care. A Spiritual Advisor supports people through the doubt, confusion, sense of being lost, and loneliness that comes with not belonging to one specific ideology. In this practice, all questions are welcome and valid. We embrace the wisdom of not knowing and work to find comfort in mystery.