I’d love to do a card draw for you to see what tidbits of cosmic wisdom may result.
I offer two methods for doing a reading.
You pay for your reading (see the button below), and then either fill in the form on the Contact page or send me an email with your question at email@example.com. I’ll draw the cards and write up a reading for you within three days of receiving your question.
Pricing and Payment
Email readings come in three “flavors”:
- One question = $30
- Two questions = $60
- Three questions = $90
Don’t forget to send me your question! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is a great way to get us closer to that face-to-face experience. Pay for your reading (see below), and then send me an email, and let me know your preference for a Skype or Phone reading and we’ll coordinate an appointment. With a Skype or Phone reading, you also receive an mp3 audio recording of your reading to take home with you to review later if you’d like.
Pricing and Payment
Phone/Skype readings also come in three “flavors”:
- 15 minutes = $30
- 30 minutes = $50
- 60 minutes = $100
Don’t forget to send me an email to schedule our session! (email@example.com)
Ethics and Policies
For information on my reading ethics and policies, go to my Reading Ethics & Terms page. My policies are not book-length, but bear in mind that if you buy a reading from me, it is officially assumed that you have read them and agree with them, including my returns/refunds policy. Worth the read.
Help Lines and Advice Centers
Should you need professional psychological or crisis assistance, please refer to the help lines from one of the following lists:
American Help Line Resources:
The U.S. has many local hotlines, so it’s harder to find national-level support for different kinds of issues, but it looks like the place to start if you are in an emotional crisis (even if suicide is not your thought) is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255). They are also located online here.
If you are not in crisis but really need professional psychological care, the American Psychological Association has a help resources page that should guide you to the appropriate support. They are located here.