Universal Law…what we focus on grows!
My name is Madeline aka Groweesha, a soul’s gardener. During my learning experiences I have earned a Masters in Counseling from Montclair State University, a LPC, LCADC, ACS, Hypnotist Certification, Complex Trauma Certification, Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and my unapologetic authentic expression.
I have lived as a Momma of 4 young men, a Wife, a Sister, a Granny of 2, and many more roles that served to cultivate the luxury of many deeply safe intimate relationships that have allowed me to see and accept others truth as I honor their process whole heartedly. To me, the relationships in my life have been the life school classrooms.
As a student, l have learned to listen and sort the experiences shared in an authentic transparent reflection while remaining neutral and curious. Together we are able to see clearly where the places of conflict root and are looking for attention to be integrated.
I have been working with families, couples and individuals for 25 + years. The majority of my work has included working with others as they meet ages and stages, primarily, for integration of patterns of thinking that determine the flow of the life force and grow feelings of stagnation and depletion.
Miles Thompson, Office Manager
My responsibilities at Growing With The Seasons include office management, copywriting, and research. It is my passion to keep learning and transforming personally and in relationships with others.
My name is Christopher Scacco. I am a therapist, natural helper and creative problem-solver. I am here to support healing and growth by sharing my presence, wisdom and light. I have a master’s degree in social work from Rutgers University and I am a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of New Jersey. I have +10 years of experience across various mental health settings. At this time, I am interested in integrating art and hiking into my practice. Thank you for the visit and taking a moment to learn about Growing With The Seasons Family. Please reach out if this feels like a space where you can see yourself growing.
Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of NJ with over fifteen years of work experience in the mental health field and 12 years connecting with nature’s wisdom. She earned her Masters from Adelphi University. Sarah understands that life can feel overwhelming, and we can all benefit from support and space to process. Her genuine approach provides a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space where the client can explore and learn strategies to live their best life. Her approach is eclectic, holistic, and whole body. She draws on several modalities to support individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, life transitions, generational challenges, family and relationship challenges. Sarah is particularly skilled at working with those who are exploring their spirituality and want to incorporate it into their services. Sarah uses various tools and approaches to help you connect with your inner wisdom and help you reach your goals.
I am a Cardology researcher, consultant, and life coach. By applying personality types based on birth dates to a standard deck of playing cards, Cardology provides an opportunity for self-reflection with the empowering metaphor of “playing your cards.” Each birthday has an identity and purpose. This tool serves a role similar to Astrology, Human Design, and Myers-Briggs Personality Tests. I am a student of this tool that is here to help guide people toward personal fulfillment and self-awareness. If you are interested, you can book a reading with me. You should include your birthday and location of birth in notes. The exact time is very helpful and will lead to better results. To learn more about my work with cardology visit my website or follow me on Instagram @rashadncards. Madeline studies Cardology with me, and invites her community to join our project analyzing each personality type in the “Call to the Cards” 2022-2023.
Brea brings a decade of experience as a field instructor, mentor and recruiter in the wilderness therapy world to our GWTS team. Brea facilitated group therapy and emotional education and taught empowering leadership skills in a backcountry setting, primarily with teenagers and their families. Brea has always found joy in guiding people to get outside their ‘comfort zone’ and into the ‘growth zone’ both physically and emotionally. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, with a minor in Outdoor Education. These days, Brea gets excited about rock climbing, skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, dancing to live music, paddle boarding, camping with her husband and 3 year old son, and feasting with friends. Brea is an administrative staff member and is excited to work with the clinical interns at GWTS.