Kerry Palframan RN
Westboro, Ottawa, Ontario
Kerry Palframan has developed her unique approach for helping others by synthesizing the best of many different modalities. A gifted visionary, Kerry's caring and concern for humanity, combined with her keen insight and intellectual abilities, leads to a profound understanding of the unconscious and super consciousness.
Kerry Palframan is a Registered Nurse by profession and specialized in neurosurgical intensive care nursing at St. Michael's Hospital and Sunnybrook Medical Centre in Toronto, Ontario. She has also studied alternative medicine, energy work, holistic nutrition and metaphysical subjects and continues to explore and integrate this diverse knowledge in her practice.
She began studying dream interpretation intensively when her own dreams amazingly started showing her how to overcome a life threatening illness. This incredible journey from near death began with a pituitary gland tumour at the age of eighteen. Her entire pituitary gland was removed because of the tumour and by harnessing the power of her dreams she has miraculously restored some pituitary gland function. The story of this amazing achievement can be reviewed below. Her dreams further encouraged and inspired her to study energy work, meditation, the dynamics of the human energy field and many other holistic and esoteric avenues.
Kerry's unique approach to understanding and teaching has been fostered and developed by her own awakening to her dream guides, teachers, angels and guardians who continue to guide her in her work.
Kerry has a successful private practice in the Ottawa area and conducts on-going monthly workshops, and lectures extensively.
She has appeared on many TV programs including Canada AM and has been featured in numerous newspapers, including the Toronto Star and Kingston Whig Standard. She has written and published several articles on dreams and has written a book on dreams and their interpretation (not published as yet).