Susan is practical and accessible and responded quickly to an urgent need with compassion and professionalism. She's helpful as you formulate your initial needs and thorough in her response.
what do you do
So, how do we do this? Sessions are easy to arrange, no matter where you are, with the 3 Levels of Permission:
1 You email me and say hi, I want a session. You don’t have to know exactly what you want it to be about. You may know nothing about this work, be very experienced, or somewhere in between.
2 I reply right away and say hi, that’s excellent, and we arrange the day and time for the session. For example, How about Tuesday 11-1? Saturday, 1-3? (I’m Pacific coast time)
I often work on international clients while they’re asleep or just getting quiet for the night. From Bali to Scotland to Budapest, it's all doable.
For remote work, we also arrange to talk or email before the session. So, decide which method you prefer: phone chats or written narrative.
Some clients want to talk with me, usually the day before, to tell me what's going on and arrive at the intent for the work. We agree on the day and time for that, and I phone you at that time. The pre-session chat sometimes goes as long as an hour. This type of session is the longer one, when you order.
If you choose to communicate via email for remote session work, you write out what's going on and we communicate to arrive at intent. After the journey, during the session time I write a full narrative of the journey in lieu of a phone chat. You receive it in an email and also attached as a PDF to save, print, and review as desired.
If you’re coming here to the workroom, we don’t need to communicate beforehand, except for directions, which I send by email.
3 You put your order through. Pick your service to order, click the button, fill out your info, and don’t worry: you can choose to pay by debit or credit card rather than PayPal in the process. You’re sent a receipt via email.
Done! We are set for the work and energy starts moving with our intent, even before we begin.
“I didn’t know what, exactly, I had even wanted our session to be about — I just knew I was confused and unhappy and stuck and had been drawn strongly to do a session. I wrote and wrote to try and name the question I wanted to explore, and Susan welcomed my long meanderings, and from it, distilled my searching into a comprehensible question. Even just that, before the journey began, was a real gift: that Susan was able to, in a sense, sort the wheat from the chaff and draw out a core concern that I hadn’t been able to fully name.”