I’m a counseling associate intern in WA state. I am gaining the courage to be authentic and I wanted to thank you because you’ve inspired me to come out of the spiritual closet as a counselor. My dream is to work with sensitives and lightworkes but I’ve been afraid to say it because of fear of ridicule in my counseling community. I came upon your website and it was amazing to see another counselor out there doing the work. I love how you’re honest and blend ADHD/learning disorder work with spiritual work, even offering past life regressions. In your experience, does combining both the “woo-woo” with more traditional elements of counseling set you apart? My hunch is that it does and the right clients find you. Anyway, I’m inspired to be myself now because of you so I wanted to say thank you!
It worked!!! I have had numerous moments to test the outcome of the work that we did. It’s amazing. You are amazing. I hear everything. I care about it. I don’t have an emotional attachment to it. Before I saw you last week, I did not know that this was an option. Thank you so much.
– Elli A
On February 25, Judy Lipson gave an inspiring and educational presentation on Understanding ADHD, Aspergers and Anxiety from a Different Perspective. Judy explained our evolutionary path with metaphysical principles in a way that everyone easily understood. We learned about Indigos, Light Workers and Sensitives. Judy also explored the spectrum of Sensitives and how it included those of us who are supporting the planet’s shift to a higher consciousness.
– IAHP (International Association of Holistic Providers)
You did a fantastic job last night. Your presentation was “expert”! I was so inspired to know that there are counselors like you and that you are passing your knowledge and experience to other professionals. In the audience, I saw so many heads nodding, bright eyes, and big smiles. Your gift is truly needed — in this world — at this time. Your wisdom is needed by “sensitive” students and it is a lifeline to the ones who love them. Presenting your experiences, your wisdom, and your perspective of “sensitives” as a gift to the world – well that is a blessing to us all. Thank you for sharing so generously. Plus, we had quite a few laughs to boot!
– Daya K
I just wanted to tell you that I thoroughly enjoyed “There are No Lazy Students”, and was positively refreshed with your beliefs. I’ve been in Education for a long time, and have never heard anyone speak so honestly, and on target with understanding the WHOLE child. The term “whole” has been around forever, as you know. However, it is a rare find to connect with someone who understands the deeper meaning as you do. I am interested in attending more of your workshops, and learning more from you so I can reach my students at a deeper level, and continue my own personal growth.
– Tammy P., 4th Grade Teacher, Mom and Grandma!
Thank you so much for coming to our pediatric practice this week. Our staff learned a lot about children and how their senses work. You gave us many practical strategies to help our children be calm in our office. You also educated us about the position of an ADD/Autism spectrum coach. What a wonderful resource for a family to have. I love the visualization of the mother seeing herself rooted as a tree and grabbing all the negative energy and taking it out of the room. What a wonderful way to calm down the environment. Thank you so much.
– Phyllis M
Excellent session! Important information presented in a clear, logical manner. Practical ideas that can be used right away with students, staff and parents. The evaluations collected after the continuing education presentation – “Strategies for Self Care: Useful for the Clinician, Useful for the Chemically Dependent Client” – showed that Judy’s presentation was well received and provided useful information to the clinicians. Her presentation was well prepared, well delivered and relevant to the audience. I would highly recommend Judy.
– Program Coordinator, Maplegrove Community Education
Very helpful. We get so busy we can forget how to take care of ourselves and help our clients. It is a reminder of things I enjoyed learning. It works! Today was the dreaded calls day. In the first call I was thrown a curve and they started to ask for things that were completely unreasonable. I kept thinking ‘breathe’ and consciously kept a barrier. You are right. The quick fight or flight really did pass. I was actually able to listen to the guy get nuts and it never touched me. Then onto the next screaming and yelling call. I was actually able to almost stand back and watch like a bystander. I have to say that what you did was close to miraculous. There were multiple other ‘crisis’ situations and I didn’t let any of the craziness through. Because the nuttiness wasn’t there I could focus even more effectively.Thank you so much for your help!
– Mimi S
Great insights on “sensitive” children and people. My son showed me a printout of all A’s and B’s for his report card!!! I was moved to tears…how wonderful. Dare I say that things have finally fallen into place for him. Thank you for your efforts and for helping him stay on the right path. I don’t know what we would have done without you!
– Nancy S
You have helped me advance into a more complete person. You have expanded my knowledge of so many things spiritually, alternative medicines, health and well-being of the whole person, meditation and the after-life. The list can go on and on.
– JoAnn M
We received the CD and listened to it with our son the other night. It was a really nice tape. You have an approach that is … Not even sure which words to use. It is like your writing. Easy to understand, to the point, easily taken in. Afterwards, we talked and he said he didn’t want to leave his garden. We look forward to listening to it some more.
– Charlene B
Having known Judy for 30+ years, it is my pleasure to recommend her as an exceptionally well qualified, skilled, innovative, dedicated, and tireless educator and counselor. The Troy School District was fortunate for her service.
– Barbara Brock, Retired Special Educator Endorsed in Teaching the Learning Disabled and Emotionally Impaired