We Covenant Together

When we choose to work together in this work of spiritual direction, we come looking for the work of Spirit. We come looking to make and find meaning and to find the best ways we can to align heart with journey. These are agreements that can support what we are doing together. 

As a Spiritual Director I support and adhere to the ethical guidelines established by the Spiritual Directors International organization of which I am member. 

We, the Spiritual Director and the Seeker, expect that:

In our sessions, it is never my  job to direct the seeker. It is my job to witness the direction of the seeker’s story and to reflect that back to them, supporting their search and yearning for meaning.

Because of the nature of Spiritual Direction, I will not work directly with members of my family, personal friends or those with whom I have a collegial relationship.  I will enthusiastically offer them referrals to other spiritual directors. 

Should any member of my local Unitarian Universalist congregation wish to work with me in spiritual direction, we agree to disclose that to our current minister who knows about and supports my work in spiritual direction.

I am always interested to know about our sessions: