At LifePractical, we focus not on formulas but on wholeness.
We achieve this by attaining balance and blend in three areas:

Filling out more of who you are designed to be. At LifePractical, we discover your answers to the Who am I? question. Who you are is the greatest asset that you bring to the planet. Who you are generates what you do. Who you are shapes how you love, enliven, encourage, and confront.  >> READ MORE

Filling out more of who you are designed
to be.

At LifePractical, we discover your answers to the Who am I? question. Who you are is the greatest asset that you bring to the planet. Who you are generates what you do. Who you are shapes how you love, enliven, encourage, and confront. 

>> READ MORE

Understanding what it means and takes to connect with another. At LifePractical, we recognize the risk of vulnerability, and work to heighten the reward. With real intimacy you are you, and also completely connected to another person. You get to engage in an act of balancing, of blending, and of sharing; you get to be safely “seen,” without shame or embarrassment. >> READ MORE

Understanding what it means and takes to connect with another.

At LifePractical, we recognize the risk of vulnerability, and work to heighten the reward. With real intimacy you are you, and also completely connected to another person. You get to engage in an act of balancing, of blending, and of sharing; you get to be safely “seen,” without shame or embarrassment.

>> READ MORE

Learning the language of emotions which facilitates connection. At LifePractical, we teach you how to use all of your emotions. As you learn to be informed by your emotions, you experience a whole new level of your identity of self and intimacy with another. >> READ MORE

Learning the language of emotions which facilitates connection.

At LifePractical, we teach you how to use all of your emotions. As you learn to be informed by your emotions, you experience a whole new level of your identity of self and intimacy with another.

>> READ MORE

"I may act kindly, correctly, justly toward someone, and yet withhold the giving of myself, which is love.”
-- C.S. Lewis