I think natural abilities are fantastic— we all have gifts and talents we're born with.
But I think it's also important to work with a trained professional who has put in the time and done the work.
Below you'll find just some of the credentials and qualifications that I've earned over the years
Certified Hypnotist- NGH, IHF, ICBCH
Certified Hypnosis Instructor- NGH, IHF, ICBCH
Board Certified Hypnotist - IACT
Past Life Regression- Dr. Brian Weiss, David Quigley, Don Mottin
Somatic Healing- David Quigley
Soul Coaching ( Soul Entrainment) Karen Paolino
Spiritual Hypnosis- Dick Sutphen
Life Between Lives- Michael Newton through the Ontario Hypnosis Center
National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH)
International Hypnosis Federation (IHF)
International Association of Counselors and Therapists (IACT)
Holistic Chamber of Commerce
International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotists
When I was little, I believed in magic.
In my imagination, animals could talk, toys came to life and I could fly like a bird or a fairy.
I'd spend hours playing, creating and daydreaming.
As I got older, I became more aware of the expectations from my parents and the other neighborhood kids.
Daydreaming was no longer encouraged, especially at school, so I focused on learning and obeying.
I had deep thoughts and psychic experiences but didn’t share them with anyone.
I didn’t want to appear strange or weird.
At night in bed, I huddled with an army of stuffed animals, frightened and unable to sleep because of the unknown energy that swirled around me.
I felt and and questioned things that other people didn't.
Sometimes I knew things before they happened, freaking out friends and relatives who then began to look at me differently.
In my teens, I tried to shut it all down.
I wanted to be normal, like the popular girls at school who didn't question authority, or spend their time reading and drawing.
I distanced myself from my creativity and my spirit and tried to fit in.
On the outside, I looked okay.
I had friends, relationships and thought I was having a good time.
But the good times left me feeling lost—and very alone.
It wasn't until my late twenties that I rediscovered my intuition, and realized just how valuable it could be for navigating the world around me.
In my thirties I married the man who I predicted at nineteen years old would come into my life.
He not only accepted my "weirdness", but encouraged and supported me.
Still it wasn't easy.
But, I persevered, with determination and humor.
Always, with humor.
I read books about past lives, mediumship and the paranormal.
I took classes and met others like me, who made my feel not just normal, but special in a way that felt completely natural.
As I developed my own gifts, I realized it was not just about healing myself, but helping others as well.
I trained in hypnosis, and past life regression.
I traveled to conferences, joined organizations and continued to learn.
I've met and worked with spiritual teachers like Dr. Brian Weiss and Richard Sutphen.
Then, in the summer of 2010, I had an experience that cracked me wide open and shook me to the core.
Honestly, at the time, it was a pretty unnerving.
I had so many questions and not enough answers. But I also knew it was what I had been waiting for all of my life.
I began connecting with spirit guides and unseen teachers, channeling personal messages of higher guidance.
I developed my spiritual gifts rapidly, becoming clairvoyant, with the ability to see faces on others of passed loved ones, heavenly beings and past lives.
As unusual as that may sound, I've learned that it's also a gift that's possible for others to learn and develop.
I'm now living my life with a purpose that's exciting and inspiring.
I've found my "normal"—and yes, it's magic.
I hope I can share some of that magic with you.