Thea is an intuitive and clairaudient who transmits clear, concise, and profound answers to life questions to her clients via a collective spiritual energy she calls the Guides. Using guided writing, she senses and transcribes Divine wisdom specifically tailored for each person. She then offers sensitive and skilled coaching support to help clients apply that soul-level guidance to their everyday lives.
Before going public with her spiritual work, Thea was a creative writing teacher and writing coach. Her teaching practice The Intuitive Voice helped hundreds of people release their fears and listen deeply to what wanted to be created through them. After discovering their unique voices and freeing their creativity, many of her students became published writers and authors themselves.
Thea’s literary writing has appeared in Salon, The Sun, Barrow Street, The Cortland Review and Water-Stone. Her essays and poems have been shortlisted for The Best American Spiritual Writing, the Jane Kenyon Poetry Prize, the National Writers Union Poetry Award, and the New Millennium Writing Awards. Thea has read at San Francisco’s Litquake and on KQED radio’s Perspectives series, and has served as a founding board member of Lit Camp, the Bay Area’s award-winning juried writer’s conference.
Thea received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brown University and an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College. That education has been immeasurably deepened by her work with the Guides, who for twenty-five years have been challenging her to listen to her heart, see things from a Divine perspective, and let go into the reality of What Is.