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Karen Kleinwort

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Karen Kleinwort

Welcome, and thank you for sharing your valuable time to learn a little more about me and what fuels my passion in both my work and my personal life. My primary passion is my family. I am married to an amazing and supportive husband and am mother to an out-of-this-world crystal baby born in Spring 2008. My family, of course, also includes two very loving and precious dogs along, with an independent and adventurous feline. Through these light beings I am able to learn daily, teach often, and laugh continuously; they are the creative source that inspires me to step off and trust my wings.<br /> <br /> Welcome, and thank you for sharing your valuable time to learn a little more about me and what fuels my passion in both my work and my personal life. My primary passion is my family. I am married to an amazing and supportive husband and am mother to an out-of-this-world crystal baby born in Spring 2008. My family, of course, also includes two very loving and precious dogs along, with an independent and adventurous feline. Through these light beings I am able to learn daily, teach often, and laugh continuously; they are the creative source that inspires me to step off and trust my wings.<br /> <br /> One of my foremost personal beliefs is that our <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.therapyintransition.org/education" target="_blank">education</a> does not end after high school or college, nor is it confined to a classroom; rather, it continues and is found within each new experience we encounter. Therapy in Transition came about through tears of joy and sadness. It was Thanksgiving 2005 when I found out my beloved best friend Tito was diagnosed with bone cancer. During his seven-month fight I worked with a life coach who helped me see the silver lining. I knew then my life's journey was about to make a 180-degree turn, and I am so grateful for it.<br /> <br /> I realized while I was supporting Tito in his final months that my gifts were for more than just helping <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.therapyintransition.org/professiona" target="_blank">Corporate America</a> rather, I needed also to support individuals through their own transitions. My journey through grief was just that: opening myself up to truly knowing my heart's desire and seeing the circle of life in its entirety. My joy was being able to see how by trusting myself I was able to positively embrace my adjusted course and know I was receiving as much as I was giving.<br /> <br /> It was important to me to have Tito carried on through my work since his unconditional love, unlimited wisdom, and unbridled compassion were the keys behind my knowing what it means to be present in the moment and without expectation. Therapy in Transition's acronym is his name, and our services embrace a holistic approach and application because that is what he empowered me to experience while moving through that very difficult time. When it came time to say good bye to my best friend, my new-found knowledge didn't take away the enormous pain I was experiencing - but it did provide hope that in the future my days would be brighter, lighter, a provide hope that in the future my days would be brighter, lighter, and filled with love.<br /> <br /> I actually began my journey of personal growth in my early 20s. I was amazed at what I was uncovering, discovering, and rediscovering through the work I was doing. Bringing meditation into my life allowed me to find my center, my balance. Expanding my reading to be more than the best sellers list gave me a sense of what others were experiencing and how I might apply it in my own life. Seeking the support of different types of professionals enabled me to view my life not through a microscope but rather a &quot;macroscope,&quot; and I quickly learned my thoughts, actions, and words impacted more than ju'st myself or those in my immediate world. My library of books read is now very extensive, and my list of &quot;to-read,&quot; expands by the day.&lt;/p&gt;<br /> <br /> I also learned I already have the knowledge I seek within me. All I needed was someone to help me find the key to unlock the door of my potential - to embrace my inner wisdom and trust what I was hearing.<br /> <br /> I love life; I love learning and expanding my own perspectives. I truly believe everything happens in divine perfection. Even if we are not able to see the goodness in the &quot;why&quot; there is always love within the darkness. Sometimes we need to just close our eyes and open our hearts a little wider to find our way through.<br /> <br /> It is with humble gratitude I offer myself and my services to you this beautiful day. Please contact me karen@therapyintransition.org, I would love to hear your inspirational story, feedback and comments directly! Thank you for taking the time to write to me today. <br /> <br /> Namaste,<br /> Karen<br />