Yale University COPE Project Co-director, Psychic Medium + Therapist Brittany Quagan, M.S., LPC Episode 59
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Brittany Quagan, M.S., LPC is a therapist, reiki practitioner, and a psychic medium. She was also Co-director, working with neuroscientist Dr. Al Powers on the Yale University COPE Project.
The Yale University COPE Project researched people who reported hearing voices in various forms. They studied differences of people who find this a problem and cannot control these voices, as well as those who do not and are able to control the voices, such as psychic mediums.
Brittany Quagan is in a unique position as both a psychic medium and a therapist to help end the stigma that the mental health field often has of psychic mediums.
According to her website, Brittany Quagan, has "worked in mental health and wellness for over ten years. She has a Masters Degree of Science in Clinical Counseling and Human Services, as well as a License in the State of Connecticut as a Professional Counselor. She is an anti-racist and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist.
She herself struggled with debilitating anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and low self-esteem, which you can learn more about on her website. She has been named one of the top 10 life coaches, and top ten Reiki healers in Connecticut in 2018 and 2019.
"As a person with lived experience and with deep roots in spirituality and spiritual healing, I worked alongside neuroscientists, therapists, psychic/mediums, spiritual healers, parapsychologists, advocates, and other persons with lived experience to learn from one another, from the experiences others have, and how we can use the strengths and skills that those doing well use to help those who might be struggling with distressing experiences."
Learn more about Brittany Quagan, M.S., LPC: Website
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