Dr. Beth Hedva, RPsych,
(#3212; RMFT #69225; DABPS)
Dr. Beth Hedva, Author, Teacher and Healer, Dr. Hedva held core faculty appointments in Antioch University’s Department of Clinical Psychology, and John F. Kennedy University’s prestigious Department of Consciousness Studies in California. A Calgary psychologist, Dr. Beth Hedva was chosen to lead front line trauma recovery efforts in both of the two most deadly natural disasters of this century, and was invited to present her strategies and the results of her program at a United Nations symposium in New York.
Beth Hedva helps people find new kinds of inner focus, stress release, personal confidence and healing in themselves that they can share with their families and others in the community. A past Director of the International Council of Psychologists, her award-winning book, Betrayal, Trust and Forgiveness, is required reading at Columbia University in New York.
Dr. Beth Hedva is licensed as a Psychologist, trained and licensed and as a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor. She has practiced as a Clinical Parapsychologist – having worked as an ‘Expert Intuitive’ and liaison to the Office of Paranormal Investigation on research teams to explore ghosts, hauntings and poltergeists since its inception in 1989. Beth Hedva holds California State Board Certifications in medical hypnosis, and also somatic sexology, specializing in intimacy enhancement and sacred sexuality. Plus she is certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Psychological Specialties.
Currently Director of Training and Counselling with the Institute for Transpersonal and Integrative Sciences, Her work continues with online training programs in Embodied Awareness and Spiritually Directed Therapy; and is available for speaking engagements world-wide. Her unique experiential lectures and workshops combine a blend of spiritual and clinical practices with ancient and contemporary healing strategies to offers unique paths for personal and community healing and growth.
TEL: +1 (403) 247-1441
(RPsych #3212; RMFT #69225; DABPS)