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PTSD is my middle name. I've survived many grievous traumas and learned to thrive and create a beautiful life. How? I was willing to face pain head-on related to life events and circumstances. I was motivated to learn to accept my inner beauty and to love myself with all my  "imperfections," and to share what I learned  with you.

Have you looked for answers outside psychotherapy, which only addressed your "why's" but not the "how to's"  for reaching your full potential? 

That question, which I also asked myself,  is what encouraged me to embark on 45+ years of study and become an Intuitive Life Coach focused on how the subconscious mind works and how everyday word usage creates what a you think, feel, and even what you eat. 


It was a genuinely transformational labor of love for not only for myself but my clients. For years, my soul's purpose is to apply all the lessons, training, and intuitive wisdom I gained to alleviate your suffering and your cold sense of failure and insecurity. My passion as a your intuitive life coach is to help you define a clear and rewarding direction to a more fulfilling and happy life.

I sincerely believe working as a team for change, we can and will achieve a healing of your body, mind, and emotions, and from there you will  proceed through life with confidence and love for yourself.


Judith, her husband and soulmate, Drew, and Sadie, the rescue super-mutt, live in rural Upstate New York. Judith has two beautiful daughters--three boys who, through three different accidents, were deceased at ages 27, 35, and 37.

Persistent journaling led her to creative writing, being an author and award-winning poet, and, most proudly, to publish her memoir, Confessions of a Bar Brat. Relaxation comes from walking the Medicine Wheel, meditation, yoga,  tai chi, and art (see the Art tab for a selection of her work). Art is a gift she uses her transformational work to help her clients process and manifest through simple lines using colored pencils and unlined white paper.


Judith follows the Cherokee Road. For 50 years, she has been a member of the Association of Native Americans of the Mid-Hudson Valley, NY. 
The esteemed title of Grandmother Judith Laughing Owl, Keeper of the Women's Drum, is bestowed upon her. In her spare time, she teaches Native American corrective history, drumming, and singing. As Grandmother, her responsibility is to be a Mentor and Educator of Native ways for those participating in walking the Native American Road.

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