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Elizabeth Picone is an accomplished spiritual messenger with a special interest in grief therapy. She is passionately dedicated to opening the hearts and minds of her clients by connecting them with their deceased loved ones, spirit guides, and guardian angels. Her devotion lies in helping the bereaved cope with the transition of death by proving the souls survival in the after-life. Immense healing benefits emerge as she provides powerful messages of love, delivered with uncanny accuracy. Those who seek the spiritual guidance of her remarkable talent are comforted by the healing space she creates as well as the unique graceful healing approach she displays while sharing her profound psychic gifts.

She is the author of a forthcoming book about spirit communication, and her life experiences as a medium, and frequently gives lectures on the topics of mediumship and spirituality. Over the years, Elizabeth has shared her message of hope with organizations like, The Compassionate Friends, Catholic Charities, and Bo’s Place, each who offer spiritual support to grieving children and bereaved parents.

She remains available to the community, by facilitating classes, and hosting gatherings aimed at helping others to access their own intuition and spiritual gifts.

When she is not delivering messages to clients from the spirit world, Elizabeth can be found spending sunny days at the lake with her husband and three delightful daughters, star gazing with friends under the moonlit sky, and dabbling in her passions of dance, decorating, and mixed media art.


  • Graduate of the University of Houston, 1999, BA Journalism

  • Graduate of Dr. Doreen Virtue’s Angel Therapy Practitioner Certification Course in Spiritual Counseling, 2000

  • Professional Practitioner affiliated with The Spectrum Center since 2002

  • Published author in Emerging Lifestyles magazine, 2002

  • Consultant to families of missing children in various states and pro bono cases; 2002- 2006

  • Research Medium for The University of Virginia in the Division of Perceptual Studies; Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences Studies 2007

  • Founder of the Center for Spiritual Living 2008