Corbie Mitleid Delivers Messages from the Other Side

Spirit is Everywhere

CAM11471 copy (1)Corbie Mitleid’s is such a gifted psychic and intuitive medium that she has a worldwide following, completing well over a thousand readings a year (in addition to teaching, providing psychic parties, performing speaking events, and authoring books). Corbie resides in New York, and performs most of her readings remotely. Apparently, Spirit is everywhere and long distance sessions do not impede accurate readings from occurring (even if the sitting is an international one!). Any limits imposed are fashioned by our own perceptions; we are the ones that define time and space as linear, not Source Energy.

Cool news for all of us is that she is willing to bring her talents to our door!

Corbie hopes to guide us to our own Cosmic Truth and align ourselves with Source Energy in order to live a life of love, miracles, and joy. Corbie has over 40 years’ experience in providing psychic readings, intuitive counseling, tarot and oracle card readings, and channeling messages from the other side and from our own divinity. Newsflash: She’s currently offering a New Year’s Special of two readings for the price of one!

Her messages on this plane are to dig in and discover your purpose, release your blocks from your present and past lives, open to communications from your spirit guides, and to even receive the wisdom from your own higher self that you currently may be a little tone deaf in receiving. With Corbie’s help, we can all access the courage to seek the insight and direction available to us. Check out her wonderful interview on Tag You’re It on Green Ink Radio to learn exactly how this all happens.

Past Lives Matter

A brilliant talent that Corbie has is providing detailed past life retrieval and analysis. What if we have blocks that we don’t even know about and remain stuck in previous life muck? As a past life regression hypnotist, I can attest how powerful and healing past life work can be. But this is a different approach, with all the benefits sans any of the risks of past life regression hypnosis. Let me explain further: you don’t have to experience your previous life first hand, Corbie will do the hard work for you and your past life story can unfold without you having to be directly involved in it. Sort of like having a story read to you about yourself before you were this you. Sometimes, during hypnosis a person can experience intense emotions, called an abreaction. As a therapist and hypnotherapist, I can bring you out of the experience or have you rise above it and view it as a movie or even have you stay in it if there is therapeutic value to having you work all the way through it. However, Corbie’s method reduces any risk of an abreaction happening as she is the one accessing your memories for you.

Clean Out Your LifeCloset

While Corbie is intensely tuned into alternate energies, she is also extremely grounded in this world, too. Her book, Clean Out Your LifeCloset is a no bullshit self-help book (with a great Kirkus Review). I bought both the Audible and paperback versions (hey, it was for research!).  I purchased the Audible version, so I can multitask while listening, and the paperback in order to complete the end of the chapter assignments in the four main areas: achieving clarity, simplifying your life and living with less, learning to adapt, and using stress as a growing tool. I’m so glad that I bought the Audible version since Corbie is a talented voice actor. I usually dislike when the author reads his or her own work (I am an audio book junkie) because they are usually pretty stiff and expressionless. Not Corbie; she’s a pro (so much so, I would hire her to read my own imaginary book). It’s a great read with abundant practical advice on how to realize the best you and free yourself of useless stuff.

Corbie’s path to finding her true life course has been as challenging as anyone’s, perhaps more: unsuccessful marriages, several different career trajectories, fighting breast cancer three times, familial abuse, and economic privations. However, despite these trials, she exemplifies the examined life with grit, humor, and more than a little metaphysical magic. She is one of us, teaching herself how to connect with higher energies and is unequivocally reassuring that we too can access our Spirit Guides with a little help and elbow grease.

Alice’s Rabbit Hole

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Check out her website for further information, but I warn you, her website is so intriguing, it’s sort of like Alice in Wonderland’s rabbit hole, once you fall into it, the enchantment holds you far longer than you intended.

www.corbiemitleid.com

www.firethroughspririt.com

www.cleaningoutyourlifecloset.com

FOLLOW HER ON:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firethroughspirit

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/CorbieMitleid

Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/cmitleid/

Instagram:  https://instagram.com/corbie_mitleid/

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/pub/corbie-mitleid/6/627/993

 

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Colette Lopane-Capella, the Meryl Streep of Psychotherapy

The Therapists’ Therapist

Colette Lopane-Capella of  New Day Vitality Psychotherapy in both Westchester and the Bronx, New York is a therapists’ therapist. It’s not because she sees only other therapists in her practice, but because another therapist, such as myself, can understand how truly talented she is. I know how difficult and nuanced our craft is and how spot on every one of her answers were when she was interviewed for Therapists Talk! on Green Ink Radio.  By the end of the interview, I wanted to grill Colette on every conceivable diagnosis, her preferred treatment modality, and her therapeutic approach to confirm if we were on the same page.

The Meryl Streep of Psychotherapy

While she is my junior by a few years (okay, okay, probably more like 20), she has the innate confidence, wisdom, and compassion that separates the great from the good in the world of therapy. Think of Meryl Streep, Emily Watson, and Jodie Foster. Now compare them with Jennifer Anniston, Kirsten Dunst, and Cameron Diaz. I think we would all agree that the second set is a very competent group of actresses , and have even had moments of greatness on film, but they are not The greats of film. Same with therapists. A lot of us are damn good therapists, but there are very few greats. Colette Lopane-Capella is one of the greats. Let’s just say that Colette is the Meryl Streep of psychotherapy. Watch her and cheer, baby!

And She Said Yes!

I met Colette through a shared Facebook group. I once again did my new weirdly wonderful thing and reached out to Colette and asked her if she would be interested in being interviewed for Green Ink Radio and she said yes! As with Gail Doy, something about Colette spoke to me. Her pretty, sweet face and her soothing energy reached out from the flat media screen of my phone like a  genie-in-the-bottle vapor mist, and before I knew it, I was asking her if she would like to be on Green Ink Radio! Just in case you think I do this all the time, I don’t.  I encounter thousands of people in my Facebook groups and so far only one woman compelled me to reach out from Facebook, and one on Twitter. My upcoming interviews with Suzanne Giesemann and Corbie Mitleid were also intuitive connections but through different channels (more of that in upcoming blog posts and podcasts).

Colette is in Love

Colette is a rare thing, a young woman unabashedly in love with her husband and vocal about her gratitude for her happy union. She is also madly in love with her work. Both passions show in her joyous commitment and enthusiasm. Her dogs too are up there in the love triad of her life (a girl after my own heart-I have a boneless, chubby, dachshund-mix rescue melted onto my lap as I type this).

From Pet Therapy to Eating Disorders

Colette sees individual, couples, family, and support group clients. She even has a Pet Loss Support Group! She created the group because her heart was breaking as she was losing her beloved dog. And while at the vet’s office, she noticed others were grieving as hard as she was. She went on high alert and inquired if they offered a support group for the devastated families. They did not. So, Colette immediately created one and has provided empathetic care to many grieving pet owners over the years. She also offers animal assisted therapy! Sign me up!

Check out her adorable co-facilitator of change–Aurora.  

Her specialty areas are Eating Disorders, ADHD, Depression, and Anxiety. Colette sees clients in her Bronx and Westchester offices, both of which are beautiful, intentionally healing spaces. And while she is physically in New York, the good news for the rest of the country is we can contact her for phone sessions. She uses a secure server and some insurances will cover the sessions. If not, she will consider a sliding scale on an individual need basis. You can call Colette at 914-752-4759 to set up an appointment or to obtain additional information. You can email Colette at vitality@clopanetherapy.com You can follow her on Facebook at New Day Vitality Psychotherapy, or go to her website at clopanetherapy.com

Colette also has a blog and covers great subjects, from relationships, to work stress, to holiday challenges, to self-esteem (just to name a few of the covered and ever-growing topics). Also, cool news: Colette has a brand new podcast, too! Listen in to discover how to find the right therapist, hear her fabulous Green Ink Radio interview, or do some quick and easy mindfulness practices. Her pithy, cool topics, range from 1-5 minutes. Super easy to tune in.

I really like Colette. Her generosity of spirit is evident in both her professional and personal lives. If she lived closer, I’d ask Colette to hang out and go for tea and to the dog park (with her dogs, not mine, because mine are the anti-therapy dogs–hating most people and all other dogs). She’d be the girlfriend (or the therapist) you’d call when you really needed some compassionate support.

I  think after listening to her interview, you’ll totally agree and probably want to do exactly that–call her, that is, not go to the dog park.