connieHomeConnie Myslik-McFadden, MSS, LCSW Connie's approach integrates Jungian psychotherapy, energy healing within the human energy field, and the ancient mystical healing tradition of Kabbalah, the framework for which is called the Tree of Life. Her work is intuitive, heart centered, and respectful of each person's need to journey through life in ways that attempt to meet his or her deepest needs.

"Each of us is born with particular lessons to learn and gifts to give. All of our unique characteristics, as well as our early childhood circumstances, provide us with what we need to learn those lessons and to give those gifts, but that is usually neither obvious nor seemingly important when we are in physical pain, mental confusion, or emotional turmoil."

"As we come to consciousness we encounter and integrate our shadow, on the way releasing emotional blocks, learning to honor our physical bodies, and transforming and transcending limiting beliefs and behaviors from the past. The possibility of becoming more whole, more creative, and more free opens up to us. and we are increasingly able to live our lives from a place of deep connection to Self, to Others, and to the Divine. All that is necessary is to be willing to take the first step, and to trust the process."





Read Connie's New Book The Second Bucket List

When a coffee mug slips out of Celeste O'Connell's hand and shatters on her tile floor, she realizes something is terribly wrong with her. The recent stumbles on the stairs, the deepening of her voice, the growing weakness in her right arm and leg, are part of a mysterious pattern of frightening changes in her body.

bucketList350Celeste is diagnosed with a terminal illness. She struggles to accept her fate and the loss of everything she loves -- her husband, her college-age children, her work, and the rugged, spectacular Montana environment in which she lives. She creates a bucket list and tries to complete everything on the list, but as her symptoms worsen she finds she cannot. A startling dream leads Celeste to a therapist who helps her explore her dreams and long standing beliefs about life and death.

"As much an act of devotion and healing as a work of fiction, Connie Myslik-McFadden's novel takes a thorough, clear-eyed look at living with a terminal diagnosis. The novel's heart is in Celeste's acceptance of her approaching death, and Myslik-McFadden renders this emotional and spiritual journey with clarity and power." BookLife Prize Review

Available in preorder now at, Barnes and Noble and other distributors. Release date is January 5, 2021.


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“Thank you so much for helping me through what I felt were insurmountable issues. Your kindness, generosity of spirit, and knowledge base are to be emulated. I can’t say enough; I loved every minute of this week.” D.B.