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Part 2: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Denise Lescano of Spirit Works, Inc.

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Denise Lescano is recognized as a psychic medium, medical intuitive, intuitive consultant, healer, teacher and author. She runs a company that incorporates all her work in media, publishing, psychic consulting services, and her volunteer efforts, known collectively as Spirit Works, Inc.. Denise and her incredible readings were also featured in Josie Varga’s acclaimed book Visits from Heaven.

Denise is the FIRST and ONLY Psychic Medium to work directly with Grief and Addiction recovery counselors in grief and addiction recovery support groups. Since 2005, she’s used her abilities for very noble purposes. She worked with The Collier County State Attorney’s Office, Grief Counselors, Victim Advocacy Centers, non-profits like MADD and AA, Federal and local Law Enforcement authorities and the Military. She consults on investigations and helps solve crimes, particularly missing persons or homicides. Denise also brings closure to families who lost a loved one to suicide, sudden or accidental death. She pinpoints the source of disease and provides detailed information for doctors. In recovery groups, Denise communicates with the deceased, with a counselor present, so the information received can be processed and assimilated into the treatment.

Denise is also often hired to resolve hauntings and offers readings at her Office in Naples, FL, or by phone or Skype. Sometimes it’s traditional psychic readings—like what might be in store for love, family and career.  She has a BS in Communications with a minor in the Social Sciences and world religions. This knowledge, along with her intuitive knowing, make her a dynamic media personality, so be sure to tune in.

For more information about Denise’s great work, visit her website www.deniselescano.com

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