What We Do


Through keynote speeches, experiential workshops, and direct consultation, we offer practical tools for cultivating the deep self-knowledge and systemic insights that are at the core of trauma stewardship.

Ours is an in-the-trenches approach; we’ve been there.

Many folks find us because they notice the work they do in the service of others or the planet is taking a toll on them, their coworkers, their cohort, or their community. They may notice that morale is low, individuals are getting tired, people are constantly feeling like they can’t do enough, systems are overwhelmed, or cynicism is at an all-time high.

Folks also reach out to us in times of acute crisis. They may seek help in responding to the collective trauma associated with instances of intentional violence in a community or to the ongoing trauma that is experienced by citizens and relief workers in the wake of small- or large-scale natural or environmental disasters.

Our work often takes one of a few forms. We invite you to learn more below:


Laura has a unique way of presenting difficult material. I know from 27 years on the job that people in law enforcement generally don’t see themselves as needing help and shy away from things that may be too touchy-feely. However, Laura is able to present about the cumulative toll of being exposed to overwhelm in a way that results in even the toughest naysayers viewing things differently.

New York State Police