Mediumship Sessions

When death comes unexpectedly either through natural causes or through an accident or violence, this can lead to those left behind concerned about whether or not a loved one has fully passed over.

Death can also be messy in that it can often unveil secrets such as, a hidden lover, a criminal record, bankruptcy and hidden unemployment. Suicide also leaves a lot of unanswered questions for those left behind, even if that person was known to suffer depression or suicidal thoughts.

However, it is not as simple as seeing a medium with a list of people you would like to communicate with. There are situations where people who have passed over do not come through, as it may not be part of their mission. Just like when we are not available to all people all of the time, neither are those who have passed over. Also some may need to rest after a long illness before they come through.

On the other hand people you may have no interest in communicating with may come through. Amanda has experienced this a number of times during sittings, for example, when mothers have come through to speak to their daughters.   Sittings are not only on your terms just as relationships in real life are not always on your terms.

The veils between the worlds are thin and the spirit world needs the same respect you would show people in this life.

Those who have passed over may have a different spiritual ‘purpose’ to attend to. It is also unhealthy to keep revisiting a medium to communicate with a specific loved one. This leaves you and them unable to move on with your life in both the physical and spiritual realms.


  • Assisting you to move on after bereavement
  • Providing an affirmation of choices you have made
  • Understanding your soul purpose
  • Practical advice and guidance on your life


Amanda trained as a sensitive and medium at the College of Psychic Studies in London.



Amanda is available for mediumship sessions in person at the College of Psychic Studies.  Sessions can also be booked in person at Amanda’s office in South London and are also available by phone or Skype.