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Debbie Wojciechowski, Evidential Medium

Website: www.theeich.org

Date: October 28, 2017

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location:
Eichelberger Performing Arts Center
195 Stock Street, Suite 200

Debbie Wojciechowski, Evidential Medium presents “Connecting with Your Loved Ones”. Debbie will deliver messages to random audience members as the messages are presented to her during the event, and will present evidence that our connections with our loved ones continue after death. The connections often help the recipients to better understand their journey, and help them to realize that a different level of relationship is possible with their loved ones. Even if not all participants receive a message, they will gain an understanding of spiritual communications and the connections that are possible, and how to understand and notice signs from their loved ones.

Debbie is an acclaimed evidential medium, grief specialist, and former career Law Enforcement Officer. She holds a Master of Science degree from Johns Hopkins University, and her professional career also includes extensive work in the mental health field.
Debbie shares her background and her connection to Spirit that began over 35 years ago with a near death experience, and her journey that has brought her to the recent 5 years focused on her Mediumship. Debbie’s mission is to help people to understand and know that our loved ones are with us always and that there is a life after this life. Debbie believes our loved ones are always with us after their spirit leaves their physical body here, and when people realize this, and hear evidence only they would know, there is a sense of comfort, relief, and peace of mind, to know that the love shared during the time together extends for all time, and is everlasting. After receiving messages clients are able oftentimes understand how to move forward with their lives, knowing their loved ones are with them every step of the way.

Her 25 year career in federal law enforcement combined with her Mediumship has resulted with her recent work with families to consult on cold cases, unsolved deaths or missing persons.