Wendy built her life’s work on her compassion for those living with emotional and physical disease. Wendy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Indiana University. She assisted in research on the Deinstitutionalization of Central State Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. She went on to conduct a year-long independent study of treatment modalities in the transitional units at Evansville State Hospital and later presented this research at a symposium in Findlay, Ohio. She was a Ph.D. candidate at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio, where her academic focus was Aging Studies and Death and Dying, with an emphasis on Life Course Review in terminally ill patients. From there she held an administrative role in a geriatric mental health partial-therapeutic program, long term care facilities and afterwards took a Vice President of Sales and Marketing position over a four state area serving long term care, home health, assisted living and hospice residents in wound care. Wendy has been self-employed for the past fourteen years. In her late twenties, she finalized a special needs adoption through the Cabinet for Families and Children in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2013, Wendy recognized her calling to assist people in areas of emotional and physical healing, social and interpersonal hardships and relationship examination. Wendy is a Reiki Master, a Oneness Blesser and is a Faith Healer. She recently withdrew from her M.A. in Ministry program at Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University in order to focus more on her work in healing. Her first publication, Healing for David, has an expected publication date of winter of 2017. Wendy facilitates healing through God’s energy, prayer and positive affirmations. She has been in private practice for since 2014. Wendy is married, with five children and three grandchildren. Wendy’s focus is on a comprehensive approach to illness and disease, emotional and spiritual well-being, and physical separation in late stage life. She is devoted to the promotion of healthy living and interpersonal contentment.