As Former Chief of Staff for a State Representative, I have met and worked with people from all walks of life and clientele represents the same diversity. I am a sacred therapist in private practice. My style is Integrative Healing, I blend the best of both psychotherapeutic therapies and spiritual therapies with great success. I live and have my private practice in Montoursville, PA and travel internationally for my passion, helping others to live exquisitely, to help others live in peace after life’s traumas; war, rape, sexual and domestic abuse. You can be happy again. I am.
I am here to help others make that journey back to life from near death, rape and trauma. It is an exquisite sacred journey. Taking all the horrific things that can happen to a person and turning them into life, love,joy, intimacy, passion and peace. An Exquisite Life.
An Exquisite Life is realizing that every traumatic event has sacred gifts. Exquisite means beautifully made, delicate , extreme or intense. Having survived a traumatic event gives you many gifts yet to be discovered. The gifts may be strength, intuition, courage, discernment, unconditional love and more. Many of my clients have made this exquisite journey, I would love to share it with you. I can help you overcome the most tragic of life events and find joy in living again. I don’t believe that “you’ll never get over something, and that your life is ruined.” I am living proof that you can find joy again, live passionately again. Make the first call. You will be glad you did.
She has 25+ years as a journalist, working for daily and weekly newspapers in Florida and Pennsylvania. She is the author and co-author of 10 books on regional history, including “Play Ball! The Story of Little League Baseball.”
She attended St. Petersburg College (FL) and the University of South Florida. She has advanced degrees in anthropology and communications. She majored in historical archaeology and public archaeology. She has directed multi-year archaeological projects, working with dozens of volunteers and educating thousands of visitors.
In addition to her work as a college instructor and archaeologist, her employment history includes reporting and editorial stints at daily and weekly newspapers, and curatorial and educational positions at hands-on-museums.
Cultural Heritage Specialties: Researching, writing reports, museum curation, cultural consultation, conducting oral histories, videotaping interviews, instructing, organizing public archaeology digs, overseeing field schools, historic and prehistoric site survey.
Editorial Specialties: Writing, editing, researching, interviewing, instructing, organizing workshops, website content development, teaching and integrating social media, and most activities within general print and digital communications.
Educational Specialties: Experience developing curricula for for students of all ages. Confident speaker for groups, small and large. Experience mentoring and advising students, and overseeing independent projects and internships.