Exploring the potent healing potential through the poetic power of perception, The Sacred Psychology of Healing shares a message of transformational truths that empower deep psychological shifts and awakening.

Dr John F Demartini

“Sacred wisdom directly from an inspired heart that could help heal your life.”

Dr John F DemartiniBest Selling Author of Count Your Blessings – The Healing Power of Gratitude and Love
Hanane Habib

I just finished reading your book. You should be proud of yourself. Every chapter was so perfectly said.” 

Hanane HabibAuthor of “Misunderstood – A Scar for Life
My first book The Sacred Psychology of Healing, first published in 2012, contains an autobiography sharing the profound tools I have found to bring the greatest healing in my life. Coming from a family with underworld roots on one side, seeing the death of 2 siblings and both parents all in my youth, much of what I share is heartfelt experience of the transformation born of such journey.

Losing my brother to murder, my sister (his twin) to suicide 9 months later at just 15, overdosing on heroin, having already physically watched my mother overdose on heroin on the day of our brothers funeral, though surviving another 6 years (to the day) after my sisters death…much of what I share through this book is about learning through the gift of grief.

Though not always with my father who also suffered addiction, losing him 3 years after my mother was also an insightful experience that I share through this book. It is through this journey that I developed an incredible yearning to impact the lives of those who suffer needlessly through isolation.

It is my purpose through writing my story to empower people to awaken the knowing that they are not alone, that it is possible to love life after death.

The Sacred Psychology of Healing was Leah’s first book published in 2012. Evolving from her innate and insatiable desire to contribute to the lives of those suffering, to empower them to overcome the obstacles of pain and trauma, this book has had worldwide recognition for it’s prolific perspective on awakening the healer within.

Since writing The Sacred Psychology of Healing, Leah has had the honour of working with people from all walks of life in helping them overcome debilitating trauma, anxiety, addiction and depression.

Kind words for The Sacred Psychology of Healing

Love your work Leah! You’re creative, insightful and generous with so much soul.” –Karelynne Randall, Author, Educator & Services Partnerships Manager – Youth Off The Streets


Leah is one of the most amazing people I’ve ever met…It reminds me of the quote…..I once complained because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet….Leah, was born the daughter of a heroin addict. She was torn from her home and grew up in foster home after foster home.. At 26 years of age she has survived the deaths of her mother and father who both died due to the affects of drug abuse before she was twenty. Leah lost her sister to suicide, her brother to murder and a boyfriend in a car accident. That is just the beginning of the story. But through it all she remained one of the most amazing, kind people and beautiful souls that you could possibly imagine. And through it all she shares a message of joy, of love, of forgiveness and inner peace in the face of any external circumstances.” – Chris Howard – CEO, International Speaker & Best Selling Author


Thank you Leah for your wonderful book…and for waking me up to my potential.” –Sabine Mohr, Canada


You have inspired me to eat healthier Leah. I have begun to look more closely at what I am eating and have even quit coffee! I feel fantastic!” –Kathy McDevitt, Multiple Emmy Award Winning Producer, LA


The Sacred Psychology of Healing is a recipe for surviving tragedy and trauma without having to resort to drugs and alcohol.”- Nancy Russell


“Dear Leah, Thank you so very much for the copy of your wonderful book. I am so impressed how you have overcome all the misfortune  that your life has thrown at you. I truly marvel your strength. You are an amazing young woman and a great inspiration to me and I’m sure many others.” – Susan, Carlton