Foundations of Psychopomp Practitioner Training
Become a Professional Psychopomp
Begins October 3rd, 2024
Ritual Approaches to support the Lamented

This training provides as a solid foundation for service-oriented work for the troubled dead and will also assist in strengthening your intuitive acuity and skills for holding connective ritual space for personal and collective healing. 

Many of us have experienced unexplained phenomena in our lives, occurrences often caused by spirits whose transition into the afterlife was interrupted at the time of death due to trauma on this plane, or because of unfinished business that kept the soul anchored to the Earth.

Caught in earth-bound patterns indefinitely, these corporeal spirits need help to progress with their transition. Until help is received, they persist in making their presence known, creating disturbances in our everyday waking life.

The Essentials of Cohort 7
Foundations of Psychopomp Practitioner Training
What is a Psychopomp?
What to Expect.
Training Schedule
Price & Scholarships
Prerequisites & Requirements
Details of the Training

Below are the many ways we will commit to the vessel of learning in community with one another.  This includes ways we will connect, dates of engagement, and approximately how many hours of commitment you will engage in should you decide to join the practitioner training.

Our Team
Facilitated by Shannon Willis, M.Ed  

who is a dedicated animist and ritualist, helping others achieve clarity, connection and rootedness through the exploration of liminal landscapes of the seen and unseen. Through heart-centered ritual aimed at re-establishing balance and personal sovereignty, and through deeping the pathways of connection within the wider web of relations, her work is found at the intersection of dream midwifery, psychomping, and ancestral reverence.

For over 30 years she has committed her life to partnership with others in transforming trauma and cultural wounding for both the living and the dead. She has a Masters degree in Professional Leadership and Counseling with a focus in Jungian and Gestalt modalities, is the founder of Red Earth Healing, a student of Yoruba culture as an initiate of Ọbàtálá, and Ọ̀ṣun, in the lineage of Olúwo Fálolú Adésànyà Awoyadé from Òdè Rẹ́mọ. making pilgrimages to work with elders in West Africa. She is also a devotee of Nepali shamanism, and other diverse indigenous paths of her ancestors. She is a certified practitioner and teacher of Dr. Daniel Foor’s Ancestral Lineage Healing method.

Her recent and older people of blood and bone hail from the British Isles, France, West Africa and Cherokee and Kaskaskia/Illini nations. Committed to collective healing, she holds grounded, empathic, non dogmatic, heart-centered ritual space which supports presence, trust, and community rooted in the ancient ways of being of service to the Earth. your


Shobhana Mason is a certified ancestral lineage healing practitioner, psychopomp practitioner, diviner, ritualist, and astrologer whose horoscope columns have been featured online and in magazines worldwide. She views the celestial bodies as divine beings who have the power to influence our lives, and offers astrology as a tool to come into harmonious relationship with these powers. She enjoys helping her clients cultivate relationships with the unseen, whether they be planets, deities, ancestors, or other benevolent forces. She hosts a bimonthly tarot study group for tarot enthusiasts. She currently resides on the lands of the Piscataway and Susquehannock with her 9 year old chihuahua, Magnus. You can find out more about Shobhana here

Sidhaeg MacLeod is a ritual artist and musician who keens for the earth. In sacred partnership with wise ancestors and ancestral land spirits, Sidheag makes art in service, uplifting the ancestral dead. She is a practitioner of oracular and divinatory healing arts who is dedicated to serving elders, artists, and LGBTQ+ folks in weaving their life path with destiny. Her lineage repair practice includes helping folks embody ancestral gifts while exploring the creative inspiration to express them in the world. Sidheag celebrates belonging with her older lineage ancestors among the Gaelic speaking nations, Norse, Germanic, Slavic, and Baltic Sea peoples.