A unique, practical, affordable process, appropriate for anyone in a transition, wanting to expand their involvement in the activities closest to their heart, or to deepen their connection to a particular aspect of their lives.
Each map is a living document, reflecting the shifting goals, experiences and challenges of the individual who creates it. The map serves as a chronicle of progress, reminder of tasks to complete, visual record of the flow of energy among ideas.
"Michael comes with decades of experience working with people from many walks of life, struggles, aspirations and healing. This is more than just a resumé, though - she gets it. Having worked with her both one-on-one and with groups, I have seen Michael's ability to connect across personality and cultural spectrums. She meets people where they are today, and will gently but firmly encourage, so you leave each session with practical, effective action to move forward."
- PF, New York
"I have been mapping with Michael for 4 years and my life has changed for the better. My first map was a large red map that I put up in my living room and within days it looked like a police investigation board with many things connecting to each other. During the first year, the large map was very helpful, but then I needed something portable - because I had ideas flowing all the time. I switched to a notebook for a while and glued different things inside it and wrote ideas with markers. Recently I went back to using a smaller map on the wall, using scrap booking pages. Although I have used different methods, I have always made progress In the past four years I have done things that I never thought possible. I highly recommend Inner Mission Mapping to anyone!"
- SR, New York
"Inner Mission Mapping has allowed me to see the bigger patterns and cycles that exist in my life. Before Mapping, I would try to identify these cycles and patterns but they felt so beyond my grasp I'd become discouraged. Through Inner Mission Mapping, Michael has guided me in my discovery of finding my deepest ties to myself in a way that is exciting and not overwhelming."
- DA, Pennsylvania
"The ways in which we approach stereotypes and reality through imagery (mapping) have helped me readdress issues of communication, compassion, and understanding. Using social and gender identity (constructive and deconstructive), I've really enjoyed my work with Michael to explore the possibilities of a future relationship."
- DB, Maryland
"I'm finding out my true passions and career goals."
- SR, New York
"I want to have a vision board and act on it, rather than wish for it."