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As with many of my clients, PTSD is my middle name. I have survived many grievous traumas and even learned to thrive and create a beautiful life for myself and my family.

How? I was willing to face pain head-on and use anger about circumstances and events in my life for motivation, to move through my fears, and  to learn to love myself with all my  "imperfections."


How? By looking for answers outside psychotherapy (which addressed the "why's" but not the "how to's")  to reach my full potential.


How? I embarked on 45+ years of study on how the subconscious mind works and how everyday word usage created my reality. It was a truly transformational labor of love. 

Since the '70s, I've applied all of these--the lessons, the training, the wisdom gained--to work with men and women of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. I help them unlock their subconscious and hold them responsible for their self-talk, which creates their reality so that they can stop suffering and finally create what they desire for themselves and in their lives.

I sincerely hope we can work together and achieve the same for you. 



Judith, her husband, Drew, and Sadie, the rescue super-mutt,  live in rural Upstate  New York; She has been married since 1980. Judith has two beautiful daughters. Three boys, through three different sets of circumstances, were deceased by ages

27, 35, and 37.


Persistent journaling led her to creative writing, becoming an author and award-winning poet, and most proudly, to publish her memoir, Confessions of a Bar Brat. Relaxation comes from meditation, yoga, qi gong, or tai chi, and her other passion is (see the Art tab for her work)--a gift she uses in her transformational work to help her clients process and manifest through line and color.




Judith follows the Cherokee Road. For 50 years, she has been a member of ANA, the Association of Native Americans of the Mid- Hudson Valley, New York. Bestowed upon her is the esteemed title of Grandmother Judith Laughing Owl, Keeper of the Women's Drum. In her spare time, she teaches Native American drumming, singing, and Native American corrective history. As Grandmother, she is a Mentor and Educator of Native ways,


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