A place to rest on life's journey.
Transition counseling and care.
Whether you are arriving, changing, or leaving.
Vision is not enough, it must be combined with venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps, we must step up the stairs.Václav Havel (1936-)
Traveling Through Tough Times
Moving from one place to another can be difficult. It’s often not the destination that’s the hardest part but the journey between leaving and arriving.
With any journey or transition we carry doubt, fear, hope, anticipation, anxiety, and trepidation with us. Often we know what our end point looks like, but we have no idea what to anticipate during our journey, and even though we think we may be prepared, we may spend time “wishing I had . . .” as we transition. Discouragement and dread may darken our pathway; frustration and fear may be our constant companion. Yet we can turn from these and find hope and healing as we travel through tough times.
We help you travel through tough times.
- Loss – a job, family member, friend, how to honor them and express your grief and bereavement.
- Preparing for death – from planning a will and a funeral, to dying with dignity.
- Faith transitions – from leaving to joining and everything in-between.
- Coming out – defining your own transition and sharing this with loved ones.
- Divorce – living in love rather than fear and anger.
- Empty nest – moving from a house full of family to two or one, and deciding “what’s next.”
- Cancer – from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. Staying healthy emotionally, mentally, and physically.
- Reclaiming you – looking for an identity that has been hidden? Let me help you find you.
About Ronda Walker Weaver
As someone who has faced a lifetime of transition–rearing a family, moving across the country, experiencing cultural changes, faith transitions, divorce, second marriage, step-parenting, cancer, loss of loved ones, and career re-evaluations, I get it. There have been many times in my life when I wished I had someone to travel the unpaved road with me–someone who had been there, who understood my fears, my hopes, and my anxiety.
I am a Board Certified Clinical Chaplain, a Pastoral Counselor, a college professor, and I have had more than my fair-share of transitions. I get the desire to talk with someone, anyone who would help me make sense of my life choices as well as guide me as I stumbled through the thicket of unexpected’s. And that’s what I can offer you–a listening ear, an educated and experienced mind, and a soul that will connect with yours and travel with you through the transitions you are experiencing.