I was born in Kendallville, IN and moved to Manchester, NH with my family, as a young girl. I am the fourth of five children and my parents have been married for 46 years! I have a big family, full of nieces and nephews (eleven to be exact). Our strong Catholic upbringing has helped to create a foundation for my spiritual growth.
In my early 20’s, I thought I was crazy. I have had intuitive capabilities my entire life, but it was not until then that I became aware of my gifts. I could hear things, know things, and feel things in my body that were not coming from me. I didn’t know what was wrong with me. I spent thousands of dollars on blood tests trying to help me get to the root of why I was feeling the way that I was, I had chronic fatigue and moods that felt like they were being flipped on and off like a switch! I was also getting hot flashes as though I was going through menopause at age 26.
Years later, I found myself in a meditation class, which would be the catalyst for sharing what I discovered was not an ailment, but a gift, with the world.
From there, I joined a Mediumship Development group and have been working on developing my skills and offering my services ever since! I learned that the reason for my ongoing physical symptoms was that my energy was shifting so quickly that my body was under significant stress. I was also interacting with a lot of Spirits, unknowingly. I discovered that I get incredibly hot when connecting to Spirit (hence the “hot flashes”). Prior to joining the Mediumship Development group, I did not know how to turn my connection to Spirit off and it was taking over my life. I have learned so much since then about not only how to use my gift, but also to allow messages and information to flow through me without harm to my body.
I have studied with Internationally-Renowned teachers such as Paul Jacobs, Jose Gosschalk, and Jackie Wright at Arthur Findlay College in England, the world’s foremost college for the advancement of Spiritualism and Psychic Services. I have also studied all over New England and worked with local teachers Tony Stockwell, Janet Nohavec, John Holland, and Maureen Hancock.