Hi, I’m Amy. Soul Healer.
What do I know about being

wild & worthy?


In 2013, on a Friday afternoon, the doctor told me I might have breast cancer. At first I was excited. Crazy, I know, yet I knew my upcoming journey would radically change my life for the better and I reveled in the possibilities.

But Monday morning, when the doctor called to confirm I had cancer, I suddenly shifted from feeling excited to terrified.

“Oh my God!” I thought, “I have CANCER? What? How did this happen? WHAT???”

An insidious thought started taking root in my head. Words that said, “How can I be a worthy healer if I’m SICK…with CANCER? No one’s going to trust my work if I tell them. How did I let this happen? What the $%#&* do I do now?!”

And then I started hearing disheartening comments from other people:

“I would never get chemo if I had cancer. It’s toxic!”

“You would never have gotten cancer if you ate the right foods.”

“A psychic once told me I’m too pure of a soul to ever get cancer.”

I felt like shame was hunting me down.

The inner dialogue became a heavily guarded secret. I felt ashamed of having cancer and the words, “I should have known better,” became my constant mantra.

Fortunately for me, I am a healer, so I knew exactly what I needed to do next. I worked with a soul healer, did some deep healing work, and started to release the shame that was weighing me down.

A year later, while in remission, I met a woman who’d just been diagnosed with breast cancer. The first things she said to me was, “I’m a healer and I feel so ashamed because I have cancer. How can I have cancer? What did I do wrong? I should’ve known better!”

I took a deep breath and with a knowing and loving heart, said to her, “I hear you. I’ve been there.” And I was able to share my journey with her, which gave her so much comfort, hope, and the permission to release the shame she was carrying.

That’s when I realized the seeds of my shame and unworthiness were gone. They had grown into beautiful wildflowers that helped me understand, on a much deeper level, what it feels like to carry the heavy weight of shame and unworthiness, and the fulfillment that comes from letting it go.

Now when I work with my clients, no matter what they’re going through, I carry that awareness in my toolbox and I can pull it out anytime, anywhere, to help those who are feeling shame, unworthiness, or an overall sense of dissatisfaction, but who would rather be living their wild & worthy life.

here’s to your wild & worthy self!


Sweet Praise:

“You helped me heal in an hour what I’ve been trying to heal for months and then some.”

Somewhere along the way I learned that life wasn’t a safe thing and that I had no business being here, despite my celebrated birth. During our session, a lot of the energetic confusion between me and others was cleared. Now there’s more room for me to discover who I actually am! I’ve felt much more aligned with my spiritual and intuitive selves since our session.

– CT


What else do you want to know…

ARTIST: Painter and ceramist

MBTI: ENFP/INFJ, yes, I’ve tested as both. I have a theory about this…

SIGN: Scorpio sun, Scorpio rising, Aries moon

TRIBES: Norse, Ashkenazi, Anglo-Saxon, Frank, Celtic


BA in Art & Art History;

MA in Spirituality;

Interfaith Seminary: ordained as an Interfaith Minister, Interfaith Spiritual Director certificate;

Shamanic studies;

Dreamwork studies;

Studies in various forms of energy healing.


Chaplaincy Institute 2006-2018: Dreamwork and Soulful Business Development;

Institute for Transpersonal Psychology 2012: Soulful Business Development;

The Shift Network 2011: Soulful Business Development


Former Co-Director and COO at Chaplaincy Institute;

Former Artistic & Marketing Director, The Cosmic Mass with Matthew Fox

Former Technical Analyst, Hay Management Consultants


Dreaming the Soul Back Home by Robert Moss

Intuitive Dreaming  by Laurel Clark

“Bella Grace Magazine”

Originally Blessed, Edited by Matt Henry