I am the founder of Supernatural Recovery. I work as an empathic healer in Austin, Texas. I am an author, massage therapist, meditation teacher, and intuitive.
I help others on their journey to safety from addiction and other trauma responses. I know firsthand that traditional twelve steps don’t work for everyone, and there are many struggles that are unique to those on a spiritual path.
With books, videos, courses, and in person healing opportunities, there are plenty of resources here to help you on your journey.
Wishing you a peaceful recovery and a happy heart,
In order for repair and healing to exist, disruption must happen. Trauma was very present throughout my early life. I am a survivor of kidnapping and many forms of childhood abuse. I had a great deal of mental illness following my escape from captivity and amassed self-harming coping strategies to manage my symptoms of PTSD. My addiction to alcohol was the most prevalent of these harmful coping mechanisms.
I finally broke free from these negative patterns after a twenty year struggle with addiction and other forms of self harm.
Along my journey to recovery, I gathered a wealth of information about my physical and emotional needs, and I learned new healthy coping mechanisms. My goal is to share what I have learned with others who are still struggling.
And that’s what Supernatural Recovery can do for you -- Help you achieve deep healing so you can step into your highest self.
Feeling stuck? Laura's extra sensory gifts can help!
Laura’s unique empathic healing uses a blend of:
Messages from your guides
Nervous System Support
The SNR Approach
SNR calls on many ancient practices to soothe your nervous system and release unwanted negative energies. Whether you're healing from disordered eating, addiction, or just caught in an emotional cycle, Supernatural Recovery can help you shift from Victim, to Survivor, into Emotional Freedom.
When you are stuck in a victim mentality you may
Experience exhaustion, depression, anger and anxiety
Are impulsive and emotionally reactive
Have trouble forming meaningful relationships
Stay overwhelmed by daily life
When you move into a survivor mentality you may
Feel empowered by what you have overcome
Have a me vs. them mindset
Continue to be impulsive and emotionally reactive
Be in survival mode
When you are living in emotional freedom you
Have control over your triggers
Are less emotionally reactive
Are present and compassionate with yourself
Feel at peace with your past