I love to laugh and connect with other people. It's been that way as long as I can remember. For most of my adult life, counseling has been a passion and profession. I adore my cats, my garden and my partner, not necessarily in that order. All of these things make me very happy.
I've trained extensively in a variety of hands-on modalities, including massage therapy, Transformational Bodywork and Reiki. I was drawn to both The Hakomi Method (a relational system designed to enhance the awareness of loving presence and the healing relationship possible between people) and Voice Dialogue. All of these helped bring Do Tell to life.
How was Do Tell born? In January, 2003 a friend said, “You need to make a board game about connection.” When I heard that, I immediately got full-body chills because I sensed she was onto something really, really big. I didn't yet know that it was Do Tell, but I did know that it was what I'd been searching for-- a way to get people to connect, to laugh and to relate.
Do Tell is much more than a game, it's an Experience blending laughter, honesty, fun and creating community. Primarily, it's a vehicle to help people connect with one another. And let's face it, all of us could use more connection.
My deepest wish is that Do Tell helps everyone learn how to embrace diversity, live more freely and feel more joy.