Guest, Pamela Heath

Guest Name: 
Pamela Heath
Pamela Heath M.D., Psy.D., Chief of Anesthesia, Director of Education, Surgeon, Psychic, Parapsychologist, Writer, Author and Researcher
Guest Occupation: 
Chief of Anesthesia, Director of Education, Surgeon, Psychic, Parapsychologist, Writer, Author, Researcher
Guest Biography: 

BIO BELOW FROM: http://www.pamelaheath.com/about.htm

Dr. Pamela Heath obtained a BA in psychology from the University of Missouri in Columbia in 1976, and an MD from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1980. She practiced medicine at a variety of locations, including serving as Chief of Anesthesia in Humana Hospital-Abilene, as Director of Education for the Anesthesia Department and a member of the Surgery Faculty in Orlando Regional Medical Center, on the faculty of Anesthesia at the University of Florida in Miami, and for two years as Chief of Anesthesia at Chinle Hospital on the Navaho Reservation.

Dr. Heath began having spontaneous psychic experiences in the early 1990s. In 1995, she returned to school for a second doctorate degree (Psy.D.), this time in parapsychology from the American School of Professional Psychology and Rosebridge Graduate School of Integrative Psychology in California.

Dr. Heath has over 15 years experience investigating hauntings and spontaneous paranormal events, and has appeared on television and radio shows. She is a professional member of the Parapsychological Association, a member of the Society for Scientific Exploration, and an Associate of the Society for Psychical Research. She has published journal articles and textbook chapters on mind-matter interaction, place memory, experiential research, and the afterlife. Her current books include The PK Zone and Suicide: What Really Happens in the Afterlife? (also available in Spanish), Handbook to the Afterlife and Mind-Matter Interaction: Historical Reports, Research and Theory (which will also be available in Czech and Chinese soon).

Dr. Heath retired from practicing medicine three years ago to devote her time to writing.