Catholic Women

 “I finally feel that I am not alone in this.” - group member

After serving as missionaries in Cambodia for ten years, God has called me to a more deeply personal and vulnerable mission field: journeying toward healing with betrayed spouses. I have been on this path for quite a while myself, immensely blessed by the "missionaries" who reached into my broken heart and messy life with the love and grace of Christ. I am now honored to walk alongside women as we watch our faithful Savior bring us out of the darkness of painful infidelity and into His glorious light.

As your Catholic coach and partner betrayal specialist, we will navigate questions like the validity of your marriage, how to respond to your priest's questions, and understanding forgiveness in the face of betrayal.  Together, we will team up with the Holy Spirit and listen to the real you, the you created in the image of God, and allow His Truth to lead us toward healing. Betrayal often results in a spiritual crisis, and I am honored to prayerfully support you on your unique journey without judgement. 

Follow this link to learn more about coaching, or

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Resources for Catholic Women 

Come Awake Catholic Women's Support Group (Facebook Group) 

My Featured Story in Aleteia

Interview with Fr. Sean Kilcawley - addressing the common advice betrayed women hear from priests and what he, as a professional in this field, wants them to know. (Passcode: 4xM04TX.  - Don't forget the period!)

Come Awake Coaching and Consulting Facebook Page

Hope's Garden -  offers daily support options for your spiritual life in the midst of betrayal

Faith Journeys - a Catholic program to that equips women to support their children through the process of divorce

Fr. Sean Kilcawley - Matt Fradd and Fr. Sean discuss how to heal from pornography addiction. This is a great video for spouses to understand the process their addicted husbands need to go through.


You can learn more about my training and credentials here

Disclaimer: Coaching is not a therapy nor is it meant to help anyone with psychological disorders. If you are looking for help for psychological disorders, please contact a professional.


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