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Tucson, AZ – They tried to tell us money couldn’t buy happiness, but we just didn’t listen, did we? And so here we are, successful in business but miserable in our lives. We’re missing the joy that comes with balance, the joy of being present in life as it’s occurring.

Rami Katz is a licensed professional counselor and a self-described “joyologist.” As the founder of Access Joy, Rami draws on her extensive education in holistic healing modalities to help her clients connect with their authenticity and access joy.

“Access Joy is a possibility. It’s allowed me to take all of who I am, my personality and my expertise, and put it all together.” says Rami. “I look at life as a journey, and on that journey the most powerful thing we can do is to learn how to access our own joy through the choices we make.”

With Access Joy, Rami works primarily with individuals navigating their way through transition. She inspires her clients to find joy for themselves, empowering them to take the next step in their life.

“It fills my heart to walk with people. I can feel the joy bubble up from the toes,” says Rami. “I choose to be an abundant resource of health and well-being and joy in the world, and that choice began with a journey of accepting myself. I like to be that example as I work with them.”

Our problems are multi-faceted – we want to control things we have no control over – but taking on the entire world as one individual is unrealistic. Start with yourself and move from there one step at a time.

“I’ve found when I’m grateful, I automatically have joy,” says Rami. “So I’m grateful for the opportunity to help people recognize the possibilities we have as a humanity to make this world a place where we can all thrive.”

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