Spiritual Care / Companionship

At Rites of Passage, we provide one-on-one confidential spiritual guidance (also called spiritual direction or companionship) for clients wanting explore life’s questions, big or small.. With 20 years of experience, Kristabeth is skilled at approaching your situation without judgment but with a willingness to be fully present to you and your life circumstances.

Kristabeth will meet you on your spiritual journey and support you as you discern where your unique journey will lead. Whether you consider yourself very spiritual (or even religious), have been hurt by religion, or are more comfortable with a secular worldview, she walk with you as you become more attuned to the movement of the sacred in your life. People of all spiritual and secular worldviews and gender and sexual identities are welcome.

Traditionally, spiritual guidance sessions are scheduled monthly but can be more frequent, especially in the beginning as the guidance relationship is formed. Sessions begin with a brief time of silence and meditation followed by conversation utilizing the evocative approach. (Learn more about the evocative approach here.) Ritual may be incorporated as appropriate.

E-mail us today to find out more or schedule a free 30-minute introductory call.


“As a Spiritual Guide, I help people find their own answers to life’s big questions. It is natural for questions of purpose and meaning to arise during times of transition. If asked, I may offer examples or illustrations from the world’s spiritual traditions or my own life, but it’s not my mission to tell people what to believe. I help people explore the questions and gain a greater understanding of how they find their place in the world.”

~Kristabeth Atwood, Founder, Rites of Passage, LLC

What is Spiritual Guidance?

Spiritual guidance is a practice of presence with the intention of helping your explore your spiritual path. Different models of spiritual guidance can be found in all cultures and traditions throughout history. The commonalities among these different traditions include:

  • being in the moment with whatever questions or emotions arise
  • not being focused on change, cure, or fixing
  • being open to a connection with something greater than ourselves (whatever that may mean to you)

Spiritual guidance is not professional counseling and does not address mental health or behavioral change issues. Spiritual guidance, as practiced at Rites of Passage, also is not psychic, intuitive, tarot, or medium readings.

E-mail us today to find out more or schedule a free 30-minute exploratory call.

“When I rise up/
let me rise up joyful/like a bird.

 When I fall/let me fall without regret
/like a leaf.”

~ Wendell Berry

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