Lesley Mitchell-Clarke, BFA PsyT MH CNLP, is a Toronto based, Board Certified Clinical Master Hypnotherapist/Regressionist who specializes in a number of modalities, including working with individuals who feel that they have had contact experiences with extra-terrestrial/ultra-terrestrial beings. Most of this fascinating work, as well as Metaphysical Therapies such as Past Life and Interlife Regression takes place at Lesley’s Toronto hypnosis clinic, LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS (www.lightworkhypnosis.com). Lesley is a properly vetted and selected MUFON mental health care professional, and regularly works with Experiencers/Contactees who are part of their landmark Experiencer Research Programme, headed up by noted author and researcher Kathleen Marden. Lesley performs this same function for FREE EXPERIENCERS, the research group established by the late Dr. Edgar Mitchell, and now, also for the new, cutting-edge organization focused on research into all paranormal events and founded by noted Paranormal Investigator, Ryan Stacey, TESA (www.tesacan.com)
For the past ten years, Lesley has been the host of a popular UFOlogy-focused programme – initially presented in audio format as Time/Warner BlogTalkRadio’s “CONTACT Radio”, which transitioned into “CONTACT TV” in Spring, 2016 (www.facebook.com/ourcontactTV). All episodes of this fascinating interview programme (which feature a literal “Who’s Who” of UFOlogy, Metaphysics, Cryptology, Ancient Archaeology and more) are available on YouTube (www.youtube.com/contacttv). Her co-host (and the Producer of “CONTACT TV”) is experiencer/contactee, Wes Roberts. Wes and Lesley have just had their first book, INTERSECTIONS: A True Story of Extra-Terrestrial Contact published this spring on The Prometea Press imprint, which is about Wes’ transformative experience with hypnosis and his recovered memories of alien encounters.
Additionally, Lesley focuses her work on performing artists from all disciplines, and has developed hypnosis protocols for dealing with artists’ very specialized issues such as stage fright, creative blocks, memory enhancement, dealing with competition and a variety of other topics. Lesley is a graduate of The University of South Dakota, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and was a Licensed Psychiatric Technician, working at a number of mental health and addiction treatment facilities in the Los Angeles area. She is also a graduate of The Ontario Hypnosis Centre and School and is a member in good standing of the National Guild of Hypnotists, as well as the National Guild of NLP Practitioners. She has also earned NGH Certifications in Past Life Regression, Interlife Regression and Energy (Entity) Release, Pain Management, Addictions and Pediatric Hypnosis. She is also a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, with a specialty in substance addiction and dependence.
Lesley was recently honoured to have acted as the Mistress of Ceremonies, and to also have been a featured presenter (along with Wes Roberts) at the first, third and fourth annual ALIEN COSMIC EXPO, which took place this past June in Toronto. Co-presenters at these events included a list of luminaries from UFOlogy and related fields, including Stanton Friedman, Len Kasten, Travis Walton, Capt. Randy Cramer, Paola Harris, Linda Molton Howe, Grant Cameron, Patty Greer and the Honourable Paul T. Hellyer.
Prior to her work in hypnotherapy, Lesley has also had a busy career as an actor/dancer/vocalist, and for the past twenty-plus years, she has also been a top jazz and arts media consultant, with an array of Grammy and JUNO-winning clients as well as major jazz festivals and record labels. Lesley is currently the Director of LMC Media, with offices both in Toronto and Lesley’s hometown of New York City. She is also a busy arts writer, contributing regularly to a variety of publications, including The Whole Note; e-Jazz News, thejazzreview.com, LA Jazz Scene and Hot House New York. Lesley is married to the world-renowned jazz drummer and multiple GRAMMY and JUNO winner, Adjunct Professor of the Jazz Department at The University of Toronto and Member of the Order of Canada, Terry Clarke CM. They have two talented sons, Kristopher and Kyle – who both work in the arts.