Inner healing that helps you be as healthy, whole, and close to Jesus as possible is the heart behind all Shelemah offers.
In Hebrew Shelemah means completely whole. It is related to the word Shalom bringing with it the idea of peace that comes with wholeness — Refuah shelemah is even a common saying akin to Get Well Soon.
May the God of shalom make you completely whole — may your entire spirit-mind-body be kept healthy until the coming of our Lord Jesus the Messiah.”
1 Thessalonians 5:23
I fully believe that the offer of health in 1 Thessalonians 5:23 is not only possible, but what God desires for each of us now, not just in the future. Wholeness often starts with emotional and spiritual healing but also must address lifestyle habits affecting the body for the changes to stick.
Let me join you on your journey to being as healthy, whole, and close to Jesus as possible. My unique skill set combining counseling training, inner healing ministry, and mind-body work will help you find the wholeness you’ve been looking for.
(pronounced lay-uh like the princess and luh-sane)
I live in downtown Atlanta with my husband Tommy and our urban farm full of critters. We call Bethel Atlanta church home and are so blessed by the family of spiritual fathers and mothers we have there. After working for a few years as a professional counselor, and working with trafficking victims, I stepped away from the mental health field to pursue my first loves of inner healing prayer ministry and holistic health.
Education & Training
B.A. Sociology with Concentration in Family and Lifespan Development, Georgia State University
M.A. Professional Counseling, Liberty University
Elijah House School of Prayer Ministry Graduate
Board Certified Christian Counselor through GBOE
Master Certified Splankna Practitioner (CSP)
Sozo basic, advanced, and Shabar
HeartSync basic training
Thought Field Therapy (TFT-Algo)
EFT Professional Certificate from CTAA
Freedom Flowers Level 2 Flower Essence Practitioner