What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open. ~Muriel Rukeyser

We are three therapists with three very different stories. Our stories are stories of beauty and brokenness…but what binds us together is our shared passion for women, authenticity and our divine desire for connection.

We believe that every woman has a story and that each of our stories is a part of a grander story. In that regard, we are all interconnected. Our stories involve each other in countless ways. They impact how we think, how we feel and how we show up throughout the the journey. In essence, our stories impact our capacity to engage one another and the world beyond us.

As therapists, the three of us have witnessed far too often how life’s struggles can lead many women down a path of isolation and disconnection when by design, our stories were meant to usher us into a greater sense of connection, mutuality and interdependence. In light of this reality, we have created a virtual space for women to re-engage…to re-engage their own stories, the stories of other women and to ultimately find themselves and one another within the Grander Narrative.

Shauna Guathier, MA

Shauna Gauthier, MA

For as long as she can recall, Shauna has been a lover of stories. As a graduate of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology she has been able to funnel this fundamental component of her personality into a profession.

Sarah Isakson, LPC, NCC, MA

Sarah Isakson, LPC, NCC, MA

Sarah believes our stories shape the way we interact and engage in relationships. Her belief is that when we engage vulnerably in trust-based relationships we discover the grace and beauty on the other side of brokenness and despair.

Krista Law, MA

Krista Law, MA, LMHCA

Krista Law lived in the same zip code for nearly 31 years and didn’t think her own life had or was a great story. In her quest to understand her own narrative, she sought meaning and purpose and began her own journey with therapy.