Katrina is most passionate about helping people connect with their intuitive knowing and teaching them how to manage their energy system so that they can thrive and succeed. Her gift is working with other highly sensitive and empathic people to help them manage their daily lives with more ease and comfort.
She does this through giving energy healings and teaching people how to work with their own energetic system (aura and chakras). She has taught energy work classes privately to groups of therapists, psychologists, hair stylists, and university employees, among others. She provided a workshop for the staff at the University of California, San Francisco's Trauma Recovery Program as well as for the interns at the UCSF Child Trauma Research Program.
Katrina has been studying and doing dreamwork for nine years. She holds a master's degree in Consciousness and Transformative Studies from JFK University with an emphasis on dream studies. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, and has presented at their annual conference three times. She has also taught meditation and mindfulness at UC Berkeley as part of their Academic Talent Development Program. Additionally, she does individual dreamwork and teaches people how to work with their dreams as a powerful piece of their intuitive knowing.
Intuitive Way provided her training in energy work, and she completed their graduate-level courses in 2009. She has been practicing intuitive meditation and energy work for seven years.
Through her academic coaching and tutoring company, Katrina Dreamer Tutoring, she works with children who are highly sensitive, gifted, facing learning challenges, or struggling with confidence, anxiety, and depression. Her technique combines mindfulness, meditation, and practical academic tools to help students feel more confident, comfortable with themselves, and successful academically and socially.
Katrina is a widely published. Along with numerous articles in magazines, newspapers, journals, and websites, she has written a children’s book, Denise’s Mold, and contributed a chapter to Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled (World Soul Books, 2010). She is currently working on a memoir. In May 2015, she was published in DreamTime magazine.
In addition to her master's degree, Katrina also holds a teaching license from the University of Colorado at Denver, and bachelor’s degrees in English and Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
In 2011, Katrina traveled through seven countries in Europe for six months, tracing her ancestral heritage. Along the way, she rappelled off a 70 foot cliff, soaked in Icelandic hot springs, and swam in a Norwegian fjord.
She is also an award-winning photographer. You can see her work here.