Elizabeth F. TurnerAttunement Teacher, LDAN Coordinator
Liz experienced her first Attunement two days after her forty-ninth birthday at an Attunement Initiation held by Andrew Shier in February of 2005. She completed a five month certification class the following summer and then became an Advanced Practitioner in 2007. She is a cofounder of Seacoast Attunement Practitioners; a collective of five women who love finding alignment and sharing it with others.
Liz has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for twenty years, specializing in trauma and addictions. She has a private psychotherapy practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire where she integrates the work of Attunement with her clients and is documenting the transformative power of combining these two modalities.
Liz lives in Eliot, Maine with her beloved partner Stuart and their teenage son. She has a passion for raising chickens, gardening and being a student of Ashtanga yoga which she has practiced for over 10 years. She is very appreciative of the beauty of Attunement.
Portsmouth NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Long Distance Attunement Network – LDAN – was established under the guidance of Liz Turner, former IAAP Director, as a way for interested individuals to share Attunement with a partner on a regular basis. Partners can be pre-arranged when you sign up for LDAN or a partner can be assigned if you don’t have someone specific in mind. Attunements can be shared in person or long-distance. The arrangements for times and frequency are made by agreement between the partners and are not established by LDAN. We have found, however, that daily Attunements generate quite a bit of substance between the partners, or around whatever they agree to work with, and provide a wonderful way to sharpen perception and release a radiant current of blessing into the world.
Anyone who has had some training in Attunement is welcome to join LDAN. In addition to signing up, please also click the button top right and subscribe to IAAP updates by email. This is the way you will receive notification of LDAN teleconferences and other events.