The Energy Healing Institute Ambassadors
Energy Healing Institute and Jill Leigh and other faculty are offered the supportive oversight of a small group of Ambassadors. These individuals are familiar with and aligned behind the purpose and intention of EHI’s endeavors. They offer insight, feedback, connections and anchoring to EHI’s work and teachings.
Each Ambassador brings their unique self to the role, and as such their information is sourced directly from them for EHI’s website.
Part of what the Ambassadors respect and appreciate is the distinctive essence of EHI’s commitment to deliver energy healing training to energy healers and integrated practitioners to integrate within the modalities they choose. The Ambassadors craft their insights and sculpt their feedback while always embracing and grounding the significance of each participant owning and embodying an individuated energy healing practice, steeped in spiritual, scientific and practical teachings and skills.
Masters in their own domains, EHI and Jill Leigh welcome you to learn more about our Ambassadors.
Eric (Rick) Leskowitz, MD, ABHM
Dr. Rick Leskowitz is Director of the Integrative Medicine Project at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and a faculty member at Harvard Medical School. He edited the text “Transpersonal Hypnosis: Gateway to Body, Mind and Spirit”, and is currently producing a documentary film about science, spirituality and sports entitled “The Joy of Sox: Weird Science and the Power of Intention”.
Judy Tsafrir, MD
Judy Tsafrir, MD is a holistic adult and child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst with a private practice in Newton, MA. She has a special interest in nutritional approaches to healing and mental health. She is on the Faculty of Harvard Medical School, Faculty of The Cambridge Health Alliance Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Program, and Faculty of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute. She is also a Forrest Trained Evolutionary Astrologer and Tarot Reader and is on the board of the Jungian Center for Spiritual Sciences in Waterbury, Vermont.
Brett Will Taylor is a shaman who calls New Orleans home. His path is that of the Storyteller and he walks it by writing, riting…and, on occasion, righting…that which he is asked to bring forth.
Taylor’s passions have long been civil rights, social justice and healthcare. Prior to his calling in 2006, he nurtured those passions with stints as the Political Director for Gerry Studds (D-MA), the first openly gay Member of Congress and a leading champion for global rights and environmental consciousness, and as the principal of Bridge Communications, a consulting firm that supports non-profits in telling (and refining) the story of their mission and vision.
Today, Taylor remains passionate about the same issues (not to mention insatiably curious about the everyday wonder of everyday life). But now, rather than run campaigns or fight for just causes, he shares stories. Stories that humanize complex issues. Stories that strip away divisive dogma. And, stories that remind all of us that the true “cause” of our lives is, simply, to seek our own truth.
Taylor writes Love NOLA, a weekly column for nola.com (the online presence of New Orleans’s Times-Picayune newspaper) and hosts a website called A Shaman’s Journey. Currently, he also is incubating a new project about murders in New Orleans.
Love NOLA link: http://connect.nola.com/user/BrettWillTaylor/index.html
A Shaman’s Journey link: http://www.ashamansjourney.com/