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Events & Continuing Education

Live & Recorded Events – Dr Beth Hedva’s unique psycho-educational trainings and events act as a catalyst to awaken to unknown strengths and inner resources. Learn to step beyond limited or habitual responses and find enlightening ways to meet life’s greatest challenges.



Dr. Hedva held core faculty appointments in Antioch University’s Department of Clinical Psychology, and John F. Kennedy University’s prestigious Department of Consciousness Studies in California.

Dr. Beth Hedva made her reputation by blending ancient and indigenous cross-cultural healing practices and spiritual traditions, with modern psychological best practices to promote an integrative approach to community health and wellness. Dr. Beth Hedva is a licensed Psychologist and a Marriage, Family and Child Counsellor.





2021 By the Numbers and the Stars (Dec. 13, 2020)

This one hour long. It is worth taking the time to watch it (in small doses or all at once. My recommendation is: Sit down with a cup of tea and a notebook and click on the video below. I hope, together, we can optimize 2021’s amazing possibilities and help prepare for the challenges and opportunities to come.





Making Sense of 2020 (Jan 12, 2020)

Long before the Covid pandemic hit the news in North America, I was invited to offer perspective on what was to come in 2020. Using the ancient practices of numerology, astrology and tarot, this video outlines how we can bring our gifts forward, despite foreseeable challenges; and outlines simple practices you can use to stay healthy amidst challenges, despite external circumstances (1 hour 5 min).


This 20 minute program (Filmed at the International Convention on Parapsychology held in Paris, 2019). Dr Beth Hedva presents her experience as a Clinical Parapsychology working with the Canadian Institute for Transpersonal and Integrative Sciences and offers a vision for the development of Clinical Parapsychology by addressing: 1) Why and how we need to further  ‘develop’ Clinical Parapsychology; 2) Who needs help; 3) Ways we can help; 4) Establishing ethical and respectful cross-cultural practices; 5) What specific skills we clinicians should have.


The time has come for Clinical Parapsychology, as an applied science, to be as openly and clearly discussed as any other clinical practice or science, to fully equip ourselves and the scientific community in the use of psi resources (psychic, intuitive, ‘spiritual and or energy healing/energy medicine’) as bona fide healing tools.” – Beth Hedva, PhD