I help leaders,
creative and sensitive souls transform
tactical hell into
strategic heaven and to build thriving
Hi, I’m Steven,
I want to help make your life better.
I work with high-potential humans and highly sensitive beings like you.
I’ve discovered that somatic work can TRANSFORM your life, resolving deep psychological issues at their source. In particular it can shift:
- Loneliness, and
- Imposter Syndrome
- Core Energy, and
- Authentic Purpose.
I got my own somatic therapy and it made things a LOT better. It de-fused my migraines and reduced my social anxiety. Using my body as a guide, I completely rebuilt my life around my authentic core. Now, I get to do what i LOVE, which is to set the conditions for similar magic to happen with my clients.
I provide a warm, non-judgmental space that helps you build the life you want on a solid foundation of understanding and acceptance. Working in this way means that life-changes tend to stick and compound over time and your identity becomes increasingly meaningful to you.
I am happy you are exploring change and I hope to meet you.
Let’s make things better.
1 Tactical Hell:
Nervous system overwhelm, anxiety, burnout, disconnection, functional freeze, chronic pain, under-resourcing, shame, guilt, spiritual homelessness, scarcity mindset, poor boundaries, false-self alliances, nose against the wall, prior traumas dictating current situation, lack of coherent strategy, going along with a dysfunctional culture
2 Strategic Heaven:
Nervous system integration and dynamic auto-regulation, ample resourcing and self-care, deeply embodied feelings of goodness, flow, energy, abundance, trust, healthy boundaries, strong relationships, internal experience is congruent with the external facts of your life, spiritual tailwind or updraft
A network of intimate secure relationships, robust vulnerability, openness, honesty, shared sense of purpose, trust and good energy, diversity of perspectives, true-self alliances, scenius
Steven Bradshaw is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#128772) supervised by W. Preston Lear, PsyD, LCSW (#22857)