At Keeping It Scared (KITS), our goal is to create a safe space where you can experience the growth, healing, or change that you desire. Our approach is:
We are resolute in our desire to walk compassionately alongside you on your path towards healing and spiritual wellness. We honor your journey and know it's important to listen to where you're at and go at your pace.
While the exploration of meaningful traditions and rituals grounds us, we are committed to continued learning and the use of new and creative approaches that support your individual needs.
We provide an open and non-judgmental space that inspires curiosity as we explore your hopes and challenges. We are ready to meet you wherever you are in your spiritual journey.
We offer one-on-one spiritual support in the following areas :
grief and loss
major life changes and transitions
relational conflicts or enrichment
self-esteem and identity conflict
As your personal spiritual guide, Rabbi Miller is ready to support you and your personal growth and wellness. Contact her to learn how she can help you on your journey.
Keeping It Sacred now offers Spiritual Couples Counseling. Using sacred wisdom from the tradition adapted for accessibility and relatability, Rabbi Miller creates a supportive, encouraging space within which couples can share, process, and connect.
All sessions are 60 minutes and take place over zoom at mutually convenient times.
1 session with Rabbi Miller aimed at unearthing points of spiritual distance .
3 sessions with Rabbi Miller aimed at unearthing points of spiritual distance with tools to reconnect.
5 sessions with Rabbi Miller aimed at unearthing points of spiritual distance with tools to reconnect, and ideas for practices that will encourage relationship rejuvenation.
When you're ready to connect,
call 818-312-8388 or email email@example.com
for a FREE 30m introduction.
"Thank you for all your support these past few months. We would not have been in such a strong place (physically, emotionally, mentally) without the space you helped create for us."
While you’re here, check out Rabbi Miller’s book
Re(Soul)utions: A Practical Guide for Self Repair
and accompanying web series, HERE.