Who is Colleen?

Colleen is the author of five books, holds a Masters Degree and is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Social Worker, Usui Reiki Master, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified Alternative Healing Consultant and Shamanic Practitioner. She has been exploring health and wellness, self-healing, personal growth, and spiritual development for over 25 years. Colleen's books are entitled The Hollow Bone: A Field Guide to Shamanism (Red Wheel Weiser 2011), Seeing in the Dark: Claim your own Shamanic Power Now and in the Coming Age (Red Wheel Weiser 2009), Energy for Life: Connect with the Source (Llewellyn 2006), Inner Power: Six Techniques for Increased Energy and Self-Healing (Llewellyn 2005) and Journey to Wholeness: Personal Healing through Spirit and Soul-Self Connection.

Colleen is a teacher and a healer who knows from personal experience what it is like to be devastatingly ill, fatigued, depressed, frustrated, and lost. For ten years, Colleen was one of the hopeless who suffered from a chronic illness that traditional medicine could not effectively treat. Determined to live life fully again, she embarked on a journey of self-healing and spiritual awakening that led to complete recovery and a comprehensive program that benefits all who follow it.

Her workshops and books detail this empowering program of effective, non-traditional, and self-applied techniques. Through detailed descriptions and an easy to follow step-by-step format, the techniques that Colleen used to move from agonized disability to full recovery and spiritual illumination are clearly presented. Participants and readers will be able to implement this program right away to manifest health, vibrant energy, and a deep, meaningful spiritual way of living.

Colleen's Education

She received her Master of Arts Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in March of 1990 at Michigan State University and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation focusing on Special Populations in December 1980 at Central Michigan University.