Jenny is the author of the Two White Feathers trilogy and related articles published in Watkins Mind Body
Spirit and Kindred Spirit. In her professional life she designed an under-graduate and post-graduate training
course in vocational rehabilitation, for University of Derby Corporate, developed ‘best practice’ manuals for
the Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service and Rehabilitation Network and contributed towards successful
funding submissions for the Australian Quadriplegic Association and multiple European organisations -
government departments, charitable and private companies - bidding for Leonardo da Vinci project and
transfer of innovation work. She co-wrote a chapter in Tolley’s Guide to Employee Rehabilitation along with
numerous published articles and research papers.
Jenny has thirty-five years, experience of vocational rehabilitation gained in Australia and the UK. Her
work involved the assessment and case management of people who had suffered illness, injury or accident
to assist their return to work. She worked as an Open University tutor, lectured at Masters’ level for City
University and completed HE student, disability assessments in South West England and Northern Ireland.
Jenny holds post-graduate qualifications in health promotion, stress management and teaching and
learning design and an IoD certificate in Company Direction.
In 2010, Jenny commenced her training in energy work and shamanic healing techniques. She holds an
advanced practitioner certificate in healing and the shamanic arts and certificates in equine facilitated
therapy and shamanic journeying. Jenny has attended comprehensive trainings in sound healing, EFT and matrix reprinting,
curse and entity removal, dowsing, storytelling, play therapy and wild food foraging.
In early 2017, she commenced a three-year apprenticeship training in rune divination, magic and healing,
with a master in the northern mysteries. Whilst in 2019, she spent the summer assisting a master of the western
mysteries with ritual magic, to heal her own ancestors and the recently departed.