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Having worked in private practice since 2006 and written a self-help with spirit book, “Rainbow Medicine: Therapy with the A-Team!” I share case studies and provide a detailed InterDimensional Communication and Channeled Therapy Program to get you started on your own healing with your A-Team of spirit and ghost guides.
My ESP Psychic Mediumship Readings
My mediumship readings are all about addressing the issues you are most concerned about through speaking with departed ones AND READING YOU.
Please email for all enquiries including booking your reading, channeled therapy session or lecture with Q&A: email@example.com
From spirit communication, life path and medical intuition readings to channeled psychotherapy and paranormal counselling, I am here to help you and your loved ones on the other side to talk, laugh, have closure, and heal from trauma. Through readings and channeled guidance and therapy, my goal is to facilitate a happier, more authentic, excited and peaceful YOU for both sides of the veil.
MY ESP-PSYCHIC MEDIUMSHIP SKILLS
ESP, MEDIUMSHIP Spirit Communication: Mental & Physical Mediumship delivering messages from passed over loved ones (people and pets).
PathFinding questions about life, love, purpose, and healing.
PRECOGNITION-Predictions questions about future.
Medical Intuition health issues with humans & pets and issues between humans and their pet children.
PARANORMAL & EXORCISM Hauntings, Walk-Ins, Possession identifying spirits around you, and delivering their messages, explaining why they are with you, and conflict resolution.
TELEPATHY & EMPATHY questions about how someone thinks and feels about you: merging with an other whether living or passed on, and identifying key information that you are privy to know.
POSTCOGNITION-Psychic Detective Work questions about Crime, lies, affairs, untold endings of how people died.
Dr. Leanne Levy, a Trauma specialist & Seer-Medium, is a Canadian InterDimensional Author, ESP specialist, psychotherapist and paranormal expert who gives Psychic Mediumship Readings and counsels clients all over the world in everything paranormal, mental wellness and illness, the fine line between mental illness and the gift of ESP, relationships, addiction, domestic violence, sexual intimacy, education, career path, and life purpose work. Channelled therapy is like getting a reading each session, it’s full of important information and magic!
Please email for all enquiries including booking your reading, channeled therapy session or lecture with Q&A: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a peek inside my latest book not yet released:
InterDimensional Voices, Paranormal Trauma & Dark AfterLifers
The only way to know the Dead is to live with them and have them live in you.
And, Yes, they are watching.
They see Everything.
I hear people’s thoughts and AfterLifers’ thoughts, in psychic terms it’s called Clairaudience and Ciaircognizance, in Extra Sensory Perception terms, it’s Telepathy and Precognition.
InterDimensional Voices If you find yourself in a paranormal battle hearing nasty, violent thoughts, even ones that say “I hate you” or “kill,” do know that you are tapping into someone else’s thoughts. It could even be a tv program or radio announcement that will present itself in the near future in an environment you find yourself in. The Voices often reference future information.
The stories of our lives are haunting. If you are picking up uncomfortable information it is because you have ghosts and 3d folks who are haunting you sharing a similar storyline and/or unhealed trauma. When you work through the trigger you will identity and possibly heal the trauma, i.e. the consciousness.
Paranormal Trauma If the noise and information become too overbearing, you will need to work through the psychosocial triggers with a paranormal therapist such as myself to discern and identify who the noise is coming from, why, and resolve the conflict.
DARK AFTerLifers In my experience, cleansing a home of spirits will not bring you peace of mind because AfterLifers don’t leave until their jobs are done and they and you are resolved. Sometimes this resolution happens in life and sometimes only in death.
FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, HEALTH & EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS This book is written to help those who struggle with hearing voices, obsessive thoughts, unexplainable grief, addiction, loss of loved ones, paranormal trauma and any form of mental suffering like Depression, Suicidal Ideation, Addiction, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Psychosis and PTSD.
HELLo from the Other Side Lecture-Series- w/Q&A, Workshops & Group Reading Events.
For two years, from January of 2016 to January of 2018, I cowrote an interdimensional Life.AfterLife Advocacy teaching and healing blog with departed men who left their lives in a state of treachery and havoc. They requested that we write together to explore in greater detail some of the life themes they lived and died from, and they wanted people to know they were still alive and participating in life albeit their invisibility.
Our writing became about exposing what we do with our darkness when we die thus revealing the interdimensional play between Lifers and AfterLifers. As a result, we covered many dark paranormal topics that are shared here in this book such as hauntings, possessions, walk-ins, Extra Sensory Perception, the voices, schizophrenia, paranormal schizophrenia, trauma and PTSD, addiction, suicide, death exit points, Near Death Experiences and death timing.
Please email for all enquiries including booking your lecture with Q&A: email@example.com
Dr. Levy-WhiteWolf has mediated for a ton of people on both sides of the veil and lectures extensively about her interdimensional Life with AfterLifers.
About Dr. Levy
Her professional advocacy history also includes her extensive scholarship and practice in female empowerment where she published in top-tier peer-reviewed journals, authored two girlhood social justice books, and produced and directed numerous girl-centered educational documentary films, namely This Is My Body (2007), a National Film Board of Canada distribution.
From 2002-2006, while engaged in her doctoral studies at Concordia University, Dr. Leanne Levy developed a pattern recognition methodology to understand how people use signs, symbols, and patterns to construct and communicate identity. Shortly thereafter, in 2008, she was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada in conjunction with Steinhardt’s New York University to pursue her research with children under youth protection, on the healing and empowering benefits of arts-based tools for crisis intervention.
The author works onsite and worldwide over the telephone and online, where she gives therapy, readings, and teaches the language of spirit communication and holistic healing. Her clients and students come from all walks of life with varying professional backgrounds.
BETWEEN THE VEIL: PARAPSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHIATRY InterDimensional Voices, Paranormal Trauma & Dark AfterLifers (2018; not yet released)
“RAINBOW MEDICINE: Therapy with the A-Team!” By Dr. Leanne Levy aka Akasha White Wolf
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 322 pages | ISBN 9781452599007
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E-Book | 322 pages | ISBN 9781452598994
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System Girl: In Session (2011; 2016) by Dr. Leanne Levy
Inside Nobody Girl: From Crisis to Consciousness InsideNobodyGirlBook (2011) available to read online for free, click on link
System Girls: In Session (2011; 2016) Narrating Lived Experience To Turn Trauma and Grief Into Action and Change
In SYSTEM GIRLS IN SESSION, Dr. Leanne Levy uncovers the trauma profiles of Canadian teenage girls sentenced under the Youth Protection Act and the Youth Criminal Justice Act while working on the frontline in a Montreal locked facility as a visiting feminist filmmaker, educator, and therapist conducting an empowerment intervention program with girls ages 14 to 17. A literary nonfiction about sisterhood, healing and paying it forward, and told by those experiencing it first hand, SYSTEM GIRLS addresses a vital aspect of the youth protection system: crisis intervention and rehabilitative detention. In session, the girls paint intimate self-portraits that excavate the past to provide detailed accounts as to how trauma shapes sense of self and leads to youth protection involvement and incarceration.
Levy (2008) states that the media is a very powerful vehicle in the process of self-actualization and for political use, having most impact over young audience groups. The persuasive and influential characteristics of political documentaries, coupled with its ability to resonate with youth are an important area to be studied as accurate and positive reception of such films can lead to social change.
⎯“Political Documentary Film”
Erica D’Souza (2012)
ADVOCACY WORK LINKS: Read published academic articles by Dr. Levy
The Skinny On This Is My Body: Filmmaking As Empowerment Intervention and Activism: Visual Culture and Gender, Vol. 3 (2008).
Hidden Nobodies: Female youth in care participate in an arts-based trauma informed empowerment intervention program. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice (Spring, 2012)
Yes I am A Mother And I Am Still A Teenager: Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 3 (3). (IIRC) Image and Identity Research Collective, McGill (2010).
Teen mom.ca: A Community Arts-Based New Media Empowerment Project For Teenage Mothers (2011). Studies In Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research 54(4), 292-309. To read article click this link (scroll to page 292): Studies_52-4-_Summer11
DOCUMENTARY FILMS ADVOCACY WORK By Dr. Leanne Levy
I invite you to watch Inside Nobody Girl: from Crisis to Consciousness
This is a powerful research based short Film I made to share why some girls are locked up under youth protection. Together a small group of girls locked up under Youth Protection and Youth Criminal Justice Act Orders used the camera, video and crayons to share what it’s like to be her as a result of much trauma.
I invite you to watch Project Teen M.O.M.: Mirrors of Motherhood, A Film about the advocacy project Teen M.O.M.
PostDoctoral Research, Empowerment Arts-Based Therapy & Activist Documentary Filmmaking. Enjoy this film preview demonstrating the empowering therapeutic and activist process of young moms sharing what it’s like to be a teen mom with little external support. For the longer film, we invite you to watch Elizabeth Has Three Moms A Film about teenage motherhood.
I invite you to watch Hidden In Plain View A Film about sexual abuse.
This film is very painful to watch because it is based on two upclose and personal experiences shared by two brave young women who spoke out about molestation, incest and repeated sexual abuse and exploitation by pimps in the hopes of raising awareness of what many young women experience. This was an activist documentary filmmaking and empowerment art-abased trauma therapy program I facilitated with a group of teenage girls locked up under the Youth Protection Act.
You may purchase this National Film Board of Canada documentary film This Is My Body: A Film By High School Girls (2007), which I made with a group of high school girls who were my filmmaking students. In our filmmaking class, I taught them skills I learned as a Doctoral student by becoming a researcher of themselves and their lives as young women. Through documentary filmmaking, teenage girls discuss What it means to be a girl, sex, boys, cutting, eating disorders, and how much their parents know. This film is sold through the NFB and comes with a Teachers Guide by Dr. Levy for classroom learning.
ADVOCACY WORK REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Peer Reviewed Journals
Levy, L. (2012). Inside Nobody Girl: Youth in care participate in a trauma-informed arts-based therapeutic and empowerment intervention program to narrate lived experience and impact perceptions of their future. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice. 25 (1).
Levy, L. (2011). Inside Nobody Girl: From crisis to consciousness. Montreal, Canada: Tr.u.e.power Media and Batshaw Youth and Family Centres.
Levy, L., & Weber, S. (2011) Teenmom.ca A community arts based new media empowerment project for teenage mothers. Studies In Art Education, 52(4), 292-309.
Levy, L. & Weber, S. (2011). “Yes, I am a mother and I am also a teenager:” Teen moms use digital photography to share their views. Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 3 (3), 129-139.
Levy, L. (2008). The skinny on This Is My Body: Filmmaking as empowerment intervention and activism. Visual Culture and Gender, 3, 7-24.
Levy, L. (2007a). Girls’ meaning making practices and critical art education. Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 25, 129-141.
Levy, L. (Ed.). (2007b). This is my body: A film by high school girls. Montreal, Canada: National Film Board of Canada.
Levy, L. (2006). Mirror to the Self: Teacher training through art and popular visual culture. In P. Duncum (Ed.), Visual culture in the art class: Case studies (pp. 151-159). Reston, Vermont: National Art Education Association.
REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Levy, L., Desantis, P. & Emond, T. (2011). Presented Inside Nobody Girl: A Narrated Film about the program and book project at Bashaw’s Annual Meeting.
Levy, L. & Weber, S. (2010, Nov). Presented Project Teen MOM. Guest panel speaker at the Girlhood Exchange symposium, hosted by McGill University, Participatory Cultures Lab and the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), the Institute of Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies and Girls Action Foundation/Fondation filles d’action.
Levy, L., & Weber, S. (2010, June). Photovoice as media education for pregnant teens and new teen moms in a community organization: The case of Project Teen M.O.M. Paper and film presented at the regional annual meeting of Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Montreal, QC.
Levy, L. & Weber, S. (2010). Presenting our findings of the research Project Teen MOM. Guest speaker & film screening at the annual General Meeting of Elizabeth House and the Elizabeth House Foundation. Montreal, QC.
Levy, L. & Weber, S. (2009). A community art and photography exhibition of the research participants’ creative works. Guest speaker and film screening at the annual meeting of Elizabeth House and the Elizabeth House Foundation. Montreal, QC.
Castro, J., Grauer, K., Lin, C., Weber, S., & Levy, L. (2010, February). Engaging diverse learners in community-based new media arts programs and centres. Paper presented at the international Digital media and learning conference. La Jolla, California, USA.
Levy, L., & Weber, S. (2010, February). Using art and photography with pregnant teens and new moms in community. Film produced by Levy presented at The Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC) 2010 international conference, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA.
Levy, L., & Weber, S. (2009, April). Project M.O.M. Mirrors On Motherhood: Community based media production for pregnant teens and new moms. Paper presented at the international annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, USA.
Levy, L. (2007). This Is My Body: A film by high school girls. Film screening and guest speaker at the annual international National Art Education Association conference. Manhattan, New York, USA.
Levy, L. (2006). Critical art prevention and intervention education for girls. Invited lecturer in teacher education at Pratt Institute in the Department of Fine Arts, Brooklyn, New York, USA.
Levy, L. (2005). Lecturer. Girls’ Meaning making practices and transformative art education praxis. Paper presented at the annual international American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies conference, Berkeley, California, USA.
Levy, L. (2005). Seeing through girls’ eyes, listening to girls’ voices. Paper presented at the annual international National Art Education Association conference, Boston, Mass. USA
Levy, L. (2004). We Are popstars even though we are teachers. Institutional professional development workshop conducted at the Ministry of Quebec, Montreal, Can.
Levy, L. (2004). We are popstars even though we are teachers. Professional development workshop conducted at the international annual National Art Education Association conference: Denver, Colorado, USA.
Levy, L. (1997). Panel discussion: Montreal entrepreneurial success stories. Guest speaker at Ernst & Young, Montreal, Can.
Dr. Levy~Akasha WhiteWolf conducts onsite and online readings, talks, workshops, individual therapy, group therapy, individual readings and group readings. As a Life.AfterLife and paranormal expert, psychic medium, transpersonal therapist, speaker and teacher, She channels her talks, workshops, readings, therapy, and messages. For enquiries and bookings, please send your email to: firstname.lastname@example.org