This month we’re exploring the theme of “Living with Intention.” In our desire to grow, evolve, and improve ourselves, we can sometimes end up shaming ourselves, running ourselves ragged, or being vulnerable to others who have an agenda to fix and improve us. In this service Carolyn Koehnline will share a gentler approach to change that weaves in self-kindness. She’ll also share some of the unexpected practices she engages in to support living with intention.
Carolyn Koehnline is a coach and journal therapist in Bellingham, Washington where she had a mental health therapy practice for thirty years. She is also a longtime member of the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship. Carolyn specializes in clearing clutter and navigating life transitions. She’s written three books: Confronting Your Clutter, The Bear’s Gift, and Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act. She can be found at www.GentleApproachCoaching.com.