What the kind folks are saying…

One of the deepest joys I have is to hold stories and space for women as they explore the terrain of their own heart. The work is hard and comes at a great cost. These women have fought and suffered well for their healing and whole-heartedness. I consider it a great honor to be a part of their stories as they pursue freedom, connectedness, and authenticity.

When we deny the story it defines us. When we own the story, we can write a brave new ending.
— Brené Brown



“ I approached Blake when I was in the beginning stages of starting my own business. I was struggling and I didn’t know where to start or how to start. Honestly I was overwhelmed and stressed out. I THOUGHT what I needed was more structure, more advice, and more plans. Instead, Blake gave me a soft place to land. I was hunched over with bricks of worry and doubt and fear on my back and Blake helped me unload them and stand up straight. Then she stood next to me while we examined the bricks and figured out what to do with them. She reminded me that you cannot pour from an empty cup. Her wisdom and guidance opened up so much for me and I am grateful for the tools she gave me.” -Holli Laffer

“Blake has taught me the language and practice of kindness.”  

"I look forward to my time with Blake every week! She has incredible listening ears, great wisdom and insight, and a wonderful spirit of warmth and friendliness. She has equipped me to feel comfortable in my skin, instead of shamed and for that I am forever grateful."

“Blake has been such a powerful source of goodness, guidance, and honesty in my life. I am truly changed for the better because of our time spent together.” 

“Thank you Blake for showing up week in and week out and being so trusting, kind, and loving to me. You have allowed me to voice my opinions and challenged me to be true to who I am and how I feel. I have learned to trust myself and trust who God created me to be.”

“Blake asks hard questions and yet she always asks them in kindness. She’s direct and confronts me on the places where I am playing small and doubting my self-worth.”