Evolove… is LOVE spelt frontwards and backwards; the very foundation of all that I do here. What is different about me? I know, through my own personal experience, people have the ability to heal themselves with guidance and support. People CAN get past obstacles and hard lessons in life. Challenges/obstacles do not need to be barriers preventing you from living a fulfilled and peaceful life. I share and teach you the tools that I learned, used, then trained in, on my own healing path. Dramatically changing the course of my own life. Allow me to show you too, how you can do it. I can do this in person, over the phone, or via Skype, Zoom or Facetime.
About Rev. Pamela
For over two decades, I have been helping people like you to overcome their pain, fear, and self-doubt by teaching them to tap into the abundant love and energy present in the universe. Throughout my life, I have experienced more than my share of mental and emotional trials: abuse, assault, depression, low self-esteem. In time, however, I learned that my difficulties were my also greatest lessons and blessings.
My hope is to interact with you and explore all the amazing possibilities for growth. You see, this is very much reciprocal. As I help others learn and grow and heal. I myself get to grow and learn more also.
What I bring to the table
My combination of life experiences, education, spiritual teachings and trusting in my connection to the Divine, allows me to provide comfort, guidance and healing that is
Social Service Worker Diploma; Mohawk College ’04
Reality Therapy/Choice Theory Certification; William Glasser Institute ’06
3 Spiritual Healing Certificates
Reiki Level II
Motivational Interviewing Certification – U of T
Certified Hypnosis Practitioner with Canadian Hypnosis Certification Program
Certified Hypnotist With International Hypnosis Federation
Ordained as Spiritual Interfaith Minister with Esoteric Interfaith Church
What Clients Have Said
We all have battles we face, whether they be emotional, physical, or spiritual. During these times, we need to remember that turning inward does not serve us well, and instead we need to reach out to someone like Pam. I can think of no one better to help you navigate through muddy waters.