|For nearly ten years, Karen Abrams has been a practicing Theta Healer. Theta healing is a unique form of meditation where practitioners enter the “theta state.” There, they are able to shift their thoughts away from negative, limiting beliefs to more positive perspectives; a process of healing that can free them from longstanding emotional burdens and even chronic or unhealthy physical conditions.
Karen first came to Theta Healing after watching a friend transform her life with it. Curious, Karen began to study Theta techniques herself, gaining immediate and lasting relief from chronic health issues that had overwhelmed her for years. She also discovered that Theta Healing improved her relationships and helped her achieve greater professional success.
A UCLA graduate in Psychology, Karen honed the listening and observation skills critical to Theta Healing through her extensive experience in the education field. For more than 30 years, she has worked with a broad range of clients, in diverse environments from students and professionals, actors and writers, to stay-at-home Moms and even other Theta healers.
Karen is now a Master Theta Healer and certified instructor. Her practice is filled with clients and healers from around the world. She offers Theta Healing sessions both in-person and by phone, and conducts regular classes, teleclasses, and workshops that apply Theta Healing to everyday life. Topics include “Finding Your Soulmate,” “Making Love Happen,” “Making Money Happen,” and “Healing Your Heart for the Holidays.”
In addition to her Theta Healing work, Karen has developed numerous programs in stress management, confidence building, and study strategies. In 1993, she founded Upgrade Academic Coaching, a company dedicated to teaching students to improve their test-taking test performance, concentration, and study techniques.
Raised in Santa Monica, Karen also has a creative side. She is a singer-songwriter, playing various clubs in the Los Angeles area. A song from her album Everything is Older was featured in an episode of the HBO series Six Feet Under.
Karen is happily married (together for 11 years) and the mother of one daughter, and resides with her family in Los Angeles, California.