was a storyteller before I became an astrologer. Like a lot of journalists, I had a weird, unsettled childhood. The clarity and structure of a good story was the antidote to my angst. First, I was a bookworm. Then I became a reporter.
At the Los Angeles Times, I interviewed movie stars, beloved gurus and great thinkers in hopes of pinpointing their essential truths. But it was only when I studied their astrology in private that I found the authentic connection with them I craved.
When it came time to reconcile my own history, I wrote a memoir. That deep self-study led me to more formal astrology instruction at Kepler College where I earned my certification and learned techniques that unlocked the mysteries of myself.
Now as an astrological coach, I bring all my experience to help clients organize their own stories. As a result, they're more comfortable and satisfied with themselves and better connected to one another. I've done this at NBC Universal's corporate retreats and one-on-one with executives, entrepreneurs, psychologists, healers and creatives.
You have a story of your own. I can help you find it.