Grace Avalon, a business woman and educator for thirty years, is a graduate of Hood College, Frederick Maryland. She was the director of a private school, and became an instructor for all grade levels in special education, serving also as a master teacher for her alma mater. As a realtor, she served on the real estate board of ethics. After moving to California, in the ’80’s, she taught in private schools, including classes for addiction-recovering teens, and established the first resource center for gifted and special needs children in a large parochial school.
For nearly three decades, Grace has been a student of A Course in Miracles. For nine years she taught an ACIM class. She was a facilitator of a Global Alliance peace circle, and was a spokesman for the awareness of domestic violence for Laura’s House, established in memory of Nicole Brown Simpson.
Trained in psychology and Psychosynthesis, Grace currently counsels, and conducts presentations, seminars and workshops for anyone whose known abuse, thought they were crazy, or wants to live a meaningful life. Her career and inner journey have taught her to “See only love for that is what you are.” Today Grace happily lives in Southern California with her husband, near her beloved Dana Point—where her spiritual journey was realized