Wendy Stofan Halley is a psychotherapist and a student of indigenous healing methods. Wendy has over 12 years of experience as a therapist and workshop facilitator. She received a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University in California and a Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies (Creative Writing, Psychology and Media Arts) from the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Driven by a desire to explore healing possibilities beyond the scope of contemporary practices, Wendy became involved in the study and practice of shamanic healing. For the last eight years those studies have focused on the study of Hawaiian mysticism and healing methods.
Wendy is also the author of Slaying the Mouse: A true story of healing in the spiritual realms and the children’s book Inside Out (Illumination Arts, Inc.).
Her book, Slaying the Mouse: A true story of Healing in the Spiritual Realms, describes the true story of 19-year-old Jason, who mysteriously slips into a deep coma. Family members and doctors are baffled, and seeking answers, the family contacts author and shamanic healer Wendy Halley. Using the ancient practice of shamanic trance, Wendy begins a 9-month odyssey into the 'dreamtime' world, where she and Jason will connect in a healing journey that transcends geography, distance, and the conscious world.
This amazing book invites the reader into the intimate inner world of a young man struggling to understand his circumstances, and the otherworldly allies that join him in his fight.
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