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Rebecca Austill-Clausen is a Reiki Master, Occupational Therapist, Award-Winning Author, and International Speaker.

Rebecca has been providing Reiki for over 25 years. Her Reiki Master certificates include the Usui form of Natural Energy Healing, Shamanic Reiki, and Holy Fire Reiki. She is an entrepreneur, initiating five successful private practices, including one with 350 Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Language practitioners servicing over 100,000 clients. Becky is delighted to be a Fellow of the American OT Association.

She has served in multiple organizational leadership capacities, including being the Joint Commission Home Health Rehabilitation Advisor representing the American Occupational Therapy Association, the American Physical Therapy Association, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and three national Therapeutic Recreation Associations.
Rebecca is the first person to teach Reiki at every in-person American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference since 2015. She is also the first to teach Reiki at each International Association for Near-Death Studies Annual Conference (IANDS) since 2021. Becky has enjoyed being the Healing Coordinator for IANDS since 2019, managing over 20 healing specialists at each in-person Annual Conference.

Rebecca is the award-winning author of the book Change Maker, How My Brother’s Death Woke Up My Life which describes her discovery that she could communicate with her deceased brother David even though she had no psychic or spiritual awareness. Change Maker includes Rebecca’s initial introduction to Reiki and her awareness that Reiki enhances afterlife communication.

Becky teaches Reiki in-person at medical universities and online in one day, certificate-provided weekend workshops during her dynamic, experiential Reiki Immersion Online training. She also teaches after-death communication techniques, enabling people to continue connecting with their deceased loved ones.

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