How to do the next right thing, based on what we know and feel
How to trust the way we feel to inform what we do next
How to look at our relationships to help us better understand ourselves
Cultivate a deeper sense of knowing and trust with your own needs to dramatically reduce anxiety, self-doubt, & self-criticism.
Every example is connected to and centered around relationships and how we relate to others. That is why I created this workshop. I wanted to give you an actual process that you can apply immediately to unearth the most truthful and authentic version of you and create thriving relationships in every aspect of your life.
Struggling with communicating boundaries and needs to family
Struggling to find meaningful relationships (friends/romantic love)
Just got out of a bad relationship and don’t want to repeat it
Wanting to improve communication (in relationships)
I am Danielle Ireland, licensed therapist, former actor and ballroom dance instructor. My journey from performer to therapist wasn’t a clearly defined path, but rather a sweaty, awkward, and exhilarating process of step, stumble, fear, learn, repeat.
With thousands of hours of training, education, my own learnings, and hours working with clients the number one most common answer to “What brings you into therapy?” is some variation of:
If we look at all of our relationships (good and bad) like they were teachers, what would yours tell you?