Voices for Healing offers hope and healing to people dealing with losses of all kinds. Our show brings experts who transform loss into vitality to people who want to feel better. Everything in our lives offers us opportunities to learn and grow. Sometimes we have trouble believing that, yet by shifting to that mindset, we open to new possibilities. There are many ways to transform loss. Different ways work for different people at different times. As there is no one path to wholeness, our challenge is finding what works for each person at each stage of the process. Our vision is to create a diverse community of listeners and guests who learn, teach, and practice different healing methods and share their experiences with the Voices for Healing community. Tune in to Voices for Healing every Monday at 8 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.
Cathy is a counselor, teacher, and healer with 35 years of experience inspiring and guiding people to live life to the fullest. Her quest to heal her own early childhood loss and trauma began in her 20’s and continues to this day. Especially interested in psychology and spirituality, Cathy is involved in a variety of individual and group practices.
After many years as an educator and parent, Cathy completed a master’s degree in pastoral counseling in 2000. At about the same time she became interested in energy healing, and continues to study and practice QiGong, Yoga, Energy Medicine, and Reiki. In 2004 she opened her counseling practice, working with individuals and families who want to get the most out of life and create healthy relationships. She is an engaging speaker and leads spiritual and organizational retreats.
Cathy believes that life holds ongoing possibilities for resiliency and renewal. She knows firsthand that loss can motivate people to change and grow. Passionate about sharing the transformative power of loss with others, she is delighted to broaden her outreach via radio. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, long walks in nature, delicious foods, and connecting with friends and family, including her three adult children, their partners, and her two grandchildren.