Although I've been an Inc. 500 award-winning business leader for over 25 years with a successful career, I felt drawn to spiritual healing to help transform my own past trauma, seek guidance for my life direction, and recover from corporate burn-out.
I studied and practiced spiritual healing, launched my own private healing practice that I served into when I wasn't busy or traveling for my corporate career, and became trained/certified as an Ordained Minister & Spiritual Healer, Certified Grief Coach, and Evidential Medium.
I hadn't planned on it, but my journey also led me to officiating funerals, as well as providing spiritual counseling and healing to the bereaved and the terminally ill. I also attended workshops on death and dying in the oldest known healing modality of the shamans. I had an affinity for understanding the soul's journey in life and beyond.
However, I was skeptical of mediumship (the ability to communicate with those in Spirit), and I had a negative perception of it based on how movies and T.V. shows portray it.
But my world was turned upside down when my daughter, my only child, died unexpectedly. I was still reeling from the shock of her loss when, just three weeks later, my mom died unexpectedly.
I felt like the door to the life I knew was suddenly slammed shut and there was no going back. I struggled with the grief of my heart-breaking losses and wanted nothing more than to connect with my daughter in Spirit. I received so many signs from my daughter, but I wondered if I was making it up. So I set out to find "proof" of the afterlife and spirit communication, and I secretly studied evidential mediumship.
What I discovered is that loved ones in Spirit REALLY ARE still with us and The Other Side does exist. As part of my training, I had to provide readings for others who'd lost a loved one, and I realized that mediumship is a profound healing art that is largely misunderstood, and misrepresented in movies and T.V. shows.
When a colleague committed suicide after the death of her husband, I knew I had to share what I know.
My personal and professional experience with death, grief, and spiritual healing ignited a passion in me to help other women who are struggling with the pain of losing a loved one.