Tina Naughton-Powers is a former news anchor and reporter who now works as a professional medium and receives psychic messages, as she laughingly says, "It's reporting for the other side." Sensitive since childhood, Tina felt the presence of people who had crossed over but the intuitive information became a much more powerful force after she made the decision to leave the harsh reality of television news.
Tina lectures on intuition and holds private sessions with clients at the world renowned Miraval Resort in Arizona. Her clientele is a veritable "who's who" of people from all walks of life - from business leaders to celebrities that span the globe. Her warmth, infectious laugh and incredible ability to help people connect with a higher vibration enables them to lead happier and more inspired lives.
She has just released her second book, "Reporting for the Other Side," which tells the story of her transition from hard news to mediumship. Also in development is her television show titled "Stand by: The Other Side" featuring intimate live readings and a web-based production entitled 'The Light Show' acting as a creator, producer and host-interviewing people from various backgrounds and belief systems who are making a positive difference in the world. It is her hope to use her own media experience and intuitive abilities to help others tap into their own unlimited power.
"The Land of Imagination" is Tina's first book, which she authored to inspire children to follow their dreams. The book spear-headed her program 'Be Good News Kids' in numerous classrooms across America; helping students focus on what is "right with the world" - teaching them to write about it and live it themselves. Her contention is, "What we focus on and imagine we bring into our lives." Tina believes that we are all blessed with intuitive abilities and that these gifts should be developed and trusted in order to lead to a more peaceful, purposeful life.
For more than a decade, Tina worked for KOLD TV, a CBS affiliate in Tucson, Arizona as a news assignment editor, producer, field reporter and anchor. She has appeared in numerous television commercials and was a morning radio show co-host for two years. For the past nine years, Tina has co-hosted the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon in Arizona. Tina has been interviewed on various topics from “the power of intuition” to “how to raise inspired, positive kids”. She has also worked work in film, television and theatre and is a member of the Screen Actor's Guild.
An accomplished oil painter, Tina has recently begun showing her vibrant, colorful works. She believes that all forms of creative expression are an essential element of our true contentment as human beings.
Tina graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in radio and television and a minor in drama and speech. Tina lives with her husband, two dogs and "Michael the bird" - who was mistaken for a boy until recently - when "he" laid an egg.