My current work includes serving as an instructor of energy healing and intution self-care and mind-body practices at Stanford Health Improvement Program and at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center and as a clinical trials recruitment specialist at Stanford University.
I have an active interest in parapsychology, with a special interest in remote viewing and psychokinesis.
From 1996 to 2005, I worked in complementary and alternative medicine research at Stanford University, one of the first programs to be funded by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM).
I am trained in various energy healing and mind-body modalities and am currently enrolled in the Parapsychology Studies certificate program taught by Loyd Auerbach. I have an MA in Clinical Holistic Health Education and a BA in Communications-Journalism.
My extracurricular interests include hiking, jogging, outdoor adventure, meditation, parapsychological investigations, and creative writing.
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