On this page, you’ll find links to highly recommended people, books, articles, etc. that have been supporting me on my healing journey.

Bethany Webster’s work: I was so fortunate to win a scholarship to this amazing and intelligent woman’s course. She also has lots of insightful articles and a free e-book about healing the “Mother Wound” on her site (it’s not about blaming your mother but about getting to the root of some deep-seated issues a lot of women struggle with). Website:

NEW: Bethany’s book “Discovering the Inner Mother -A Guide to Healing the Mother Wound and Claiming Your Personal Power” is out now!

Catherine Callender: I have had much-appreciated help and support from this very kind and calming authenticity coach and skilled EFT-practitioner. Website:

Lauren Sapala’s website and blog wonderful writer’s coach for INFP/J types with several books and courses out. She has a super helpful blog for sensitive intuitive writers. Website: is Joanne‘s website: a meditation recording artist with the softest, most soothing and loving voice I’ve ever come across, an asset she uses in helpful and healing ways in her many sleep meditations and bedtime stories.

Dr. Elaine N. Aron’s “The Highly Sensitive Person”. Already a classic and must-read for all highly sensitive people! Another great book of hers is “The Undervalued Self”. Her website:

Jacob Nordby “Blessed are the Weird”. A very inspiring and validating read for Sensitive Intuitives, INFP/J’s and creative folks in general. Website:

Toko-Pa Turner “Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home”. A wonderful wise writer and Mystic who has a Dreamschool and offers courses in dreamwork. Her writing is so incredibly rich, deep and poetic. Website:

Julia Cameron “The Artist’s Way.”. Probably the first book I read on creativity, also a reassuring, inspiring and validating read. Website:

Judith Blackstone “Belonging Here”. A helpful read for the spiritually inclined who sometimes find it hard to feel comfortable in their own skin, calm and grounded. With many refined exercises in inhabiting one’s body. Website:

Pete Walker “Complex-ptsd”. Maybe not relevant for everybody, but I think unprocessed trauma (to some degree), is more common than people realize and the deeper cause behind a lot of mental disorders, emotional anguish and physical ailment. Website:

Note: if you are dealing with the aftermaths of trauma, addiction or a dysregulated nervous system, I also very much recommend the work and videos of Irene Lyon, Msc: as well as the work and books of Dr. Gabor Matè: