Valerie has been a Medium since she was visited by a passed on spirit while attending a graveside funeral with her husband in 2003. The spirit of a mere child who had died at the very tender age of four years old spoke to her directly, giving her a message to pass on to her parents. This very important message was then given to the child's parents.
Since that moment, Val would communicate with the dead. She has brought peaceful messages from the deceased to many parents, husbands, wives, and children of the deceased. She has a SPECIAL interest in working with survivors who feel their relative or friend was a victim of suicide or crime.
If you want a personal touch to your reading, Val will provide the truth to you. She will teach you how to interpret messages you are already receiving from the dead and your intuition.
Her extensive background includes a B. A. degree and License in Social Work for 25 years. She has had hands-on training with Native American Medicine Mentors and many other types of healers. She is a Certified Reiki Healer.
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Valerie is stepping back into her role as a licensed massage therapist to offer unique spa services in the comfort of her private home studio.
"The session was very calm. There was no rush and no uncomfortableness. It was a very peaceful meeting and soothing. My session brought clarity. It was very affirming." - Jessica
Monday-Saturday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Group Sessions or Evenings by Appointment
Read articles written by Valerie for Edge Magazine.
"Dear Valerie, I just wanted you to know that I have had much healing which took place within me during my reading. I suffered a long time and was afraid to do this. I received answers about my loved ones and am now at peace for the first time in four years. Thank you so much! I will see you soon! Sincerely, Kathryn"
"Your reading was my first experience in pendulum dowsing and was truly enjoyable. I appreciate all of the information you gave me."