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Recovering from Grief with Dr. Lenore Matthew, a Young Widow and Intuitive Academic

Dr. Lenore Matthew

“Things we lose have a way of coming back to us in the end, if not always in the way we expect.” – J.K. Rowling

In the face of loss, a person deals with an emotional quake, shaking the essence of their being. Coping with the death of a loved one requires resilience, and finding solace is a personal journey. It is common for individuals to find strength and unity in the face of loss, weaving the threads of our shared human experience. For young widow and researcher/practitioner Dr. Lenore Matthew, that strength and unity came from an unexpected source: the afterlife.

The year 2020 marked a significant turning point for Dr. Matthew, a scholar in grief and trauma healing through intuitive practices, as she unexpectedly lost her husband, sparking an intuitive awakening to her ability of mediumship.

Having a Ph.D. and Master’s in Social Work from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dr. Matthew’s expertise extends to program evaluation, research, and evidence-based practice. Her work with esteemed international humanitarian organizations, including the United Nations, laid the foundation for her unique perspective on grief and trauma healing.

Dr. Matthew recognizes the limitations of traditional grief healing approaches that often marginalize the intuitive aspect in favor of various cognitive and rational thought-based therapies. In her notable presentation at the 65th International Parapsychological Conference in Oslo, Norway, she unveiled a distinctive approach rooted in science-informed methodologies. The focus of her groundbreaking study centered on mediumship awakenings and their healing potential, shedding light on alternative perspectives within the realm of grief and mental health

This research challenges conventional notions by suggesting that relationships with departed loved ones remain ongoing, dynamic, and alive, even after they have passed away. Connections with loved ones endure beyond this life, facilitating active communication and guidance. Through evidence and data, Dr. Matthew also reveals the advantageous impact of this communication on healing from the grief of loss.

Utilizing this concept in her online program, Continued Connection, Dr. Matthew helps bridge the gap between the tangible world and beyond. By rejecting the one-size-fits-all approach to grief, she highlights the importance of personalized and holistic healing through embracing one’s intuitive abilities.

Inspired by her personal journey, Dr. Matthew’s program emphasizes acknowledging and normalizing people’s intuitive abilities. By teaching people how to establish a connection with their loved ones who have passed on, the program promotes deep healing and transformation, asserting that the relationship with departed loved ones remains ongoing, dynamic, and alive.

Patrice, one of Dr. Matthew’s clients, attests to the impact of the Continued Connection Program, stating, “I’m still learning how to tap into my intuitive gifts, and this program helped me in so many ways. I have more confidence in the fact that throughout the years, the feelings I have had and signs I have received are valid.”

Dr. Lenore Matthew‘s pioneering work at the junction of science and intuition redefines the landscape of grief and trauma healing.  By destigmatizing intuitive practices through evidence-based approaches, she guides individuals on a transformative journey tailored to the unique contours of their grief experience. The Continued Connection program stands as a testament to the significant healing power of embracing intuition within the scientific spectrum.

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Christina Miller
Associate News Editor at CEOWORLD Magazine. I lead the reporting team that covers US financial services and I write a business column for the opinion section. I write news pieces about the US and European market for start-ups and interview CEOs for our interview slot. I also presented one of the CEOWORLD magazine's early podcast hits, Money Stories, in which I persuadeded notable CEOs to share insights into the breaking news, moments of crisis and key decisions that enabled them to build successful international companies.