Helen white wolf
Helen White Wolf - Non-Dual Therapist, Spiritual Teacher and Intuitive
Helen has worked deeply with clients and students internationally for more than thirty-five years, and is the founder of Soul Centered Healing and Soul Coherence Therapy, leading-edge modalities in the field of Human Energy Psychology.
She works with people who are experiencing a range of challenges including depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem and lack of confidence, finding life direction, PTSD, and recovery from abuse. She also assists those who are experiencing the 'dark night of the Soul' and encountering challenges related to their spiritual awakening.
Helen places the client's spiritual growth and awakening process at the very heart of the therapeutic work, offering an intentional space where they can gain a deeper experiential connection with their non-dual nature.
As a Health Psychologist working at the boundary of mind-body interactions, I see the emerging understanding of the Human Energy Field as the next great frontier for Psychology and other health-related fields.
I consider Soul Centered Healing to be the next great development in psychotherapy as our scientific paradigm shifts to encompass spirituality.
This work is truly important and deeply transformational, and I vouch for it, enthusiastically and without reservation.
Carol Nemeroff Ph.D., Professor of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn College.
Co-Founder of the Mind-Body Health Lab, Arizona State University.
Helen's year-long course in Soul Centered Healing broke open shells that surrounded my True Self and brought immeasurable deepening of my ability
to love and to be happy. The specific readings, meditation practices, awareness exercises, journaling and conference calls that were part of the course facilitated tremendous growth.
Equally important were the constancy of Helen's caring presence and generosity.
As both a lifelong devotee of spiritual development and a former research scientist with highly critical thinking, I don't get too enthused about just any healer or teacher. I would recommend any program, or interaction with Helen White Wolf with enthusiasm: expect intense positive change!
Heather Audrey Okvat Ph.D., Clinical Health Psychologist, Adjunct Professor Institute for Complementary & Alternative Medicine at Rutgers University, Former Director Complementary Medicine Research Program, New York-Presbyterian Hospital (US)