Imagine yourself living with audacious, unapologetic authenticity.

What is getting in your way?

In creating Space for Authenticity students are equipped with information and work through challenges in community, connecting with life in ways that work for you.

Authentic Connection:
Overcoming Fears of Rejection and Choosing You

September 05 2022

Taking the risk of showing up as a yourself can be overwhelming - whether in personal or professional relationships. Helen has gone from fearing social ostracization and struggling alone in 2008, to becoming a speaker at conferences on the challenges of being a nonreligious person in conservative religious climates. Wanting to embrace your own experience with unapologetic confidence? This course is for you.

Clarifying Your Focus: Individual Coaching

Individually Scheduled

Feeling stuck and uncertain just where to begin but know that showing up in your life in ways that are true-to-you needs to start, like, yesterday? Schedule an individual 90 minute session to work through what's getting in your way and determine where you're going.

Honoring Nonreligious Experiences:
Tools for Inclusive Practice

Coming Soon
Approximately 30% of the United States identifies as religious unaffiliated. Yet, trainings on diversity, inclusion and cultural competence largely overlook this experience. This training is for professionals seeking to break down barriers in creating a healing alliance with nonreligious patients and clients.

Hi! I'm Helen.

Why am I so-friggin'-insistent on people needing space to show up as themselves? 

Because it's not just life-altering, but world-changing. 

Concealment, the behavior of hiding parts of one's self due to not feeling safe in the environment, has a significant impact on public health. Often the fear that fuels concealment makes sense. The antidote for concealment is creating space for authenticity. 


Creating space for authenticity is a multi-leveled approach. Leaders and organizations can make a commitment to creating cultures that foster and encourage diversity, not simply of appearances but also of experiences and ideas. 

Individually, you might notice where you struggle to show up authentically and what resources or skills you need. Check out the courses at Space4Authenticity