About Annette Goggio
For all of her working life she has involved herself in the delivery of health care services, as a direct care provider, and manager and consultant for health care systems, hospitals, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), academic medical centers and physician practices. Her consulting firm, Goggio & Associates, Inc. provided architectural and business development support and planning, operational management, recruitment and placement services to institutions at all levels of the health care industry for fifteen years.
In 2006 she started her training in alternative medicine with Donna Eden of Eden Energy Medicine, finishing her certification in January 2009. Since then she has delved deeper and deeper into the nature of illness and healing with clairvoyant and healer, Dixie Yeterian. Her energy medicine practice combines the science and spiritual aspects of healing, and offers a context learned from Dixie Yeterian and her spiritual guidance of the meaning of life events such as illness as being one of many life lessons intended to educate the soul. She is proficient in Distant and Hands-On Healing Techniques, Universal Symbols (including colors, dreams and numbers), Theories of Soul Evolvement, Meditation, Aura Visualization and Advanced Clairvoyant Perception.
She earned a bachelors degree in Health Sciences from California State University, Hayward (East Bay) and a masters degree in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley. She has published research on stress and its energetic effect in teens (ISSSEEM, Subtle energies & Energy Medicine Journal, Vol. 21, No. 3, 2011), presented this research at conferences and recently published a book on healing, Healing: A Conversation—A Field Guide to Redemption (Balboa Press, a division of Hay House).
In addition to her work in energy medicine, Ms. Goggio established a non-profit public charity foundation, Mountain Health Resources Foundation, in 2014 to support the development of primary care-based integrative medicine healing centers in regions of California demonstrating a need for such services. The first healing center is planned for the Yosemite area in the next few years.