SANDRA CHADWICK MUSSEY

Sandra MusseySandra Chadwick Mussey is an intuitive consultant and a national and international intuitional development trainer who has been active in her field for more than 30 years. Throughout the United States, she has facilitated three levels of intuitional development workshops, as well as ongoing Expressive Arts and Artist’s Way seminars. As a part of the international peacebuilding process, she has facilitated over 40 trainings throughout western and eastern Europe between 1992 and 2012. Ms. Mussey maintains a private clientele throughout the United States, as well as in multiple other countries including Switzerland, France, England, Canada, Ireland, Russia, Serbia, Montenegro and Australia.

Ms. Mussey also works as a wedding officiant, who has been conducting ceremonies since 1997. In previous years, she taught English and art at Vallejo Junior High School in California. Furthermore, in 2012, Ms. Mussey made appearances as an intuition trainer at the First International Summer Festival/Conference in Expressive Art Therapy in Moscow, after which she and her colleague, Dr. Mukti Khanna, co-facilitated a four-day post Expressive Art Therapy training at a retreat center two hours outside Moscow. Ms. Mussey was an honored speaker at the Russian Psychological Club in St. Petersburg, Russia, at the Spiritual Awareness Center in Bend, Oregon, and at the Grupa 484 Refugee Center in Belgrade, Serbia.

Since 1999, as part of her mission to serve the international peace and conflict resolution process, Ms. Mussey was invited by Steve Olweean, director of Common Bond Institute and co-founder of the Annual International Conferences on Conflict Resolution, to be a presenter of “Recovery of the Intuitive Heart: One Path to Personal & Global Healing” seminars at the seventh through ninth annual International Conflict Resolution (ICR) Conferences in St. Petersburg, and at the “Women at the Edge” International Women’s Leadership Conference in St. Petersburg. She has also provided her expertise as a humanitarian assistant at the Indo-Chinese Refugee Center at Hamilton Air Force Base. Moreover, Ms. Mussey has excelled as a trainer and a Crisis Hotline counselor at the Novato Human Needs Center in Marin County, California.

Beyond her primary responsibilities, Ms. Mussey has taught drama at American Conservatory Theater’s Young Conservatory (ACT), an internationally recognized nonprofit professional theater training program for grade school students. She has personally trained in Dramatic Arts with Eric Morris, Lee Sankowich, Jeanne Shelton and Nancy White, and trained at ACT in San Francisco and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, one of the oldest and most prestigious drama schools in the United Kingdom that provides training for film, television and theater. Interviewed on “Wisdom Radio” by Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove, president of Intuition Network, by Dr. Marcia Emery on her “Voice America” – “The Partnership of Intuition and Dreams” program, and on Sonoma County Television, Ms. Mussey has appeared in several films and television projects.

Ms. Mussey obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Redlands in 1964 and a secondary teaching credential from the University of California Berkeley in 1965. She trained professionally as an intuitive at Heartsong School of Expanded Perception with trainers, Theo Kuhlmann, Rick Stevens and Jean Moshofsky. She trained additionally with renowned intuitives, Anne Armstrong and Helen Palmer.  Ms. Mussey is certified by Dr. Natalie Rogers in person-centered expressive arts therapy facilitation, certified by David Quigley in alchemical hypnotherapy, and licensed as a non-denominational minister and wedding officiant. She received training in conflict resolution with Dr. Marshall B. Rosenberg and was formally Reiki trained by Reiki master, Ellen Kahne. Ms. Mussey has found success in her written works as well, contributing to AHP’s Perspectives Magazine, numerous journals and newspaper columns in relation to her areas of expertise.

A 2002 Temple Award nominee, for Creative Altruism, through the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Ms. Mussey was previously presented with a Kinship and Parental Stress Hotlines Adjective Award from NHNC in 1984. Likewise, she was presented with a Congressional Recognition Award by Hon. Barbara Boxer in 1984, and a Bronze Medal from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in 1974. A celebrated Marquis listee, Ms. Mussey has been featured in the 67th through 70th editions of Who’s Who in America and the 29th through 33rd editions of Who’s Who in the World.

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