Thanks for visiting. Here is some basic information about our work.
Can I get an in-person session?
No. We work exclusively via phone, Zoom, and Skype.
How can I book a session?
Can you diagnose an illness? No.
What does a session cost?
Look here and scroll down for cost by practitioner.
Joyce Hawkes is booked out so far in advance – Can I get on a cancellation list?
The online booking process means we are seldom able to catch and hold an opening. We recommend you book Joyce for her next available opening, and also book a sooner appointment with Annalisa or Helen. Let us get you started.
Can I study healing with you?
The online course Foundations in Healing provides 6 hours of training. In-person and live trainings are not available at present.
What is a typical session like?
We connect with you and exchange information about your goals for the session. After that we hang up, or close our video and audio and send to you in silence. At the end of the session we call back, or open the video and audio so we can confer with you.
Can you help me with . . .?
We have helped people with a number of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual issues. The only way to find out if we can help you is to connect and let the work happen. We don’t want to waste your time and resources, but we can’t determine results ahead of time.
Can I get into your Mentoring Program?
At present we are at capacity, but we are looking at ways to expand this offering.
Disclaimer: Thank you for visiting the Cell-Level Healing website. This website is intended to provide general information about our services. Great care has been taken to make the information as accurate and appropriate as possible, but no assurances can be given about this. Please note that alternative and complimentary practices are not intended as an alternative to or replacement for allopathic medical diagnosis and treatment, and should not be construed as such. We do not diagnose disease or prescribe medicine. We always encourage clients to consult with their medical practitioners or other professional healthcare providers. While alternative and complimentary practices may contribute to a positive change for the client, choices about course of action and any resulting changes remain the personal and legal responsibility of the client.