Being a staunch skeptic, I am probably viewed as the most unlikely of healers. Until 1999 I was comfortably established as an Assistant Principal Social Worker working across the Northern Ireland Social Services as a manager, trainer and assessor of social work students. I was a respected mainstream professional with all the fiscal security I needed.
In late 2000 this was to dramatically change. During 1988 whilst in a previous manager post I trained in reflexology to support my profoundly disabled clients experience therapeutic touch. My simple reflexology hands-on practice started to evolve slowly and incrementally however, until I discovered to my total shock that by simply holding someone’s feet I could support them to spiritually connect to their Higher Power.
That is not to say that I have ceased being a skeptic, most empathically no, today I have resigned myself to be THE SKEPTICAL HEALER.
“The God of my childhood was a judgmental and angry God, and after my Mother’s untimely and painful illness and death from cancer when I was just fifteen, a God I did not value much.
The work I do to this day still challenges my belief system at times, but I cannot deny the miracle of God’s love and healing as He/she flows through me to bring peace to my clients.
My desire through my work is to help people ultimately achieve inner peace and to connect intimately with the Higher Power lovingly working in their lives, a love not as much as a breath away. My clients and I have witnessed a God who is not coming again but is HERE NOW, very much present, a God who expresses humor, love, joy, and unconditional love for all of us.
It is my personal mission to share this message of hope and love through my work and in my books”.