Many of my medical and religious freedom coaching clients ask me why I do what I do to help my clients get sucessful medical and religious exemptions.
There are several compelling reasons why I feel so passionately about supporting and equipping people in exercising their right to choose what is injected in their bodies and worn on their faces.
But the main motivation and catalyst that motivates and drives me to work 10-12 hour days, 6-7 days a week, serving 1000’s across the nation and around the world, in both Medical and Religious Freedom Coaching, stems from the tragic vaccine injury my youngest daughter sustained 18 years ago.
Our youngest daughter Elizabeth suffered immediate, disabling, and permanent vaccine injury when she was just under two years of age. She requires a 24/7 staff to care for her in a care facility that costs over $6000 a month.
Clients sometimes ask me if I am “anti-vax” or just “pro medical and religious freedom.” I usually tell them that if I was “anti-vax” my daughter would not be in a care facility for the rest of her life. I only wish I had been “anti-vax.”
Elizabeth’s tragedy instilled in me a passion for and commitment to the special needs community. I am a fierce protector and advocate for the disabled and particularly for the vaccine injured.
For neary two decades now I have coached hundreds of families in special needs advocacy, biomedical interventions, IEPs, IPPs, functional nutrition, essential oils, Gluten Free and Casein Free diet implementation, and in the acquisition, training, and maintenance of ADA compliant service animals.
I have also personally trained over 50 service animals (mobility, diabetic alert, seizure alert, and autism) as well as led 4H service animal chapters, and have trained veterinary students in service animal protocol at UC Davis, since 2011.
In 2007 I became trained and certified in Crisis Prevention Intervention and through the state of California I was also Certified as a level 4i Administrator for Care Homes for the Developmentally Disabled. This allowed me to coach families on these and countless other resources and options including residential care.
I have sat on the Board of Directors for several Special Needs 501c3 charities, assisting and coaching special needs families in procuring grants for their Special Needs children, totaling over 3 million dollars, for biomedical interventions, respite, and cutting edge therapies, since 2004.
I hosted and co-hosted three radio shows since 1995 where I entertained and informed my audiences with regard to travel, entertainment, dining, nutrition, wellness, special needs, autism, and lifestyle and I have also been an expert guest on various television outlets.
Along with publishing over 5000 print articles in national magazines and newspapers, I have published 8 books, one being on biomedical interventions and resources for vaccine injured families and individuals.
When the Plandemic hit in early 2020, I was determined to find a way to utilize my two decades of media, medical, press, autism, special needs, vaccine injury, and legal connections in a way that could prevent others from suffering the unfathomable loss and trauma we have endured as a family. It was then that my focus shifted to primarily coaching in the areas of Medical and Religious Freedom, homeschooling, and deliverance.
I am blessed that I have been able to assemble a team of medical doctors who are dedicated to medical freedom. I am grateful every single day that I can refer my clients from all over the United States, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Fiji, Austria, and many other countries to physicians who are willing to stand up for what is right, moral, and ethical.
The majority of my Medical and Religious Freedom coaching currently focuses on connecting and referring my clients to the right freedom-loving physicians for vaccine/mask/test exemptions and for preventative protocols such as Ivermectin and other FLCCC protocols.
I also recognize that many circumstances and situations are not merely physical and that many of our battles are spiritually rooted. For twenty years I have coached in deliverance and volunteered and trained under numerous deliverance ministries as well. I have a book on deliverance coming out in 2022. I have never charged anyone, in 20 years, a penny for any of my ministry work or deliverance coaching.
I am not a pastor but I am an ordained minister and many of my religious freedom clients have found added value in the fact that I can attest to their sincerely held religious objections to the current mandates and I am able to offer a written attestation for clients who request it. Although there is no legal requirement for such a letter, it can help to validate that a person’s statement of beliefs is, in fact, sincere. Because this is part of my ministry, I do not charge for letters of attestation.
Every day I am overwhelmed with gratitude that I can help nurses who were recently “heroes” maintain their livelihood and dignity in a corrupt system that is all too quick to now label and ostracize them.
I am honored beyond words, that I am able to help law enforcement, border patrol agents, health care workers, counselors, electricians, teachers, military, civil service employees, performers, actors, models, chiropractors, pilots, hairdressers, mechanics, firemen, college students and more, exercise their God-given rights and freedoms so that they can maintain their careers, livelihoods, schooling, interships, and their health and dignity so they can continue to provide for themselves and their families.
I come from a long line of Naval officers who paid dearly to ensure my freedoms and those of my clients. My husband is a Navy veteran.
My family taught me at a young age to stand up for what is right at all costs. I was blessed to be raised by my mother and grandparents who were esteemed and respected business owners and community leaders and who taught me the value of integrity.
It is out of respect and appreciation for their sacrifices and for the tragic sacrifice of my youngest daughter that I will continue to do everything in my power to stand for what is right and true and just.
That is why I do what I do.