Pamela Hamilton has spent many years training in a variety of healing modalities of the mind, body and spirit, including work as a Lay Chaplain at Doylestown Hospital. In 2005 Pam earned her Masters in Divinity from the Beloved Community’s Seminary of Spiritual Peacemaking in Ashland Oregon and was ordained as a Interfaith Minister. She has a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia. She has done extensive studying of loss and grief
In 2022 after a 10 year battle with colarectal cancer, her husband of 35 years passed away she wanted to take her journey with Keith and all that she learned, to turn her pain into her passion. By bringing her training and life experiences to her clients, she hopes to help many with the life’s transitions, that leave us in grief.
Some of the tools we can use to help you are:
• Grief Education • Art Therapy
• Peer to Peer Support • Yoga
• Breathwork • Grief Movement
• Sound Healing • Energywork
• Aromatherapy • Meditation
• Caretaker (The Forgotten Patient) Support
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I have known Pam for almost 40 years, and I've also known the heartache and trauma that she has experience through the diagnosis and subsequent death of her husband after a 10 year battle of colorectal cancer. I was impressed always by her loving support and patient advocacy. She had a tireless desire to help her husband navigate the intricate details of the medical healthcare system. I as a healthcare provider would highly recommend her and I plan to refer many of my patients to Pam that are in need of her compassionate and caring skills. I look forward to working with Pam. I feel that my patients and others will benefit from her expertise.
I had the unique experience of communicating regularly with Pam during a period when we were both dealing with loss and grief. Both of these emotions can create uncertainty that at times can be overwhelming. Pam used empathy, experience and understanding to help me find the words and mental perspective needed to navigate some treacherous emotional waters in my search to find understanding and peace.
- Jeff B.
One of the things I’ve discovered on my own grief journey, is how much I miss my conversations with Keith. I’ve always been one to head to my journal to talk things out. Sometimes it helps to get the things off our hearts and heads, so I created a grief specific journal, with 40 days of prompts. I plan to use this in my practice as a tool to transforming grief. But if you or someone you know is going through a grief journey, they are now available on Amazon.
We're excited to announce that we will be opening a physical office, end of May, at 350 E. Butler Ave, Doylestown, right down the street from Del Val University. The suite will be convenient for in person sessions, art therapy, grief movement and more. Keep an eye out here for more info on our grand opening.
*Now accepting appointments for Mid-May. We are here to help however we can! Whether you are local or far away, give us a call or email to set up an appointment. We are available in our Doylestown Office or via Zoom.
350 East Butler Avenue, Suite LL-8, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, United States
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