About April

April A. Reeves is a teacher and licensed Spiritual Practitioner devoted to the care, advocacy, and therapeutic needs of families, children, teens and individuals.

She’s funny, deep, warm and very honest.

April received her degree in Child and Adolescent Development from California State University Fullerton and is completing her Masters in Early Childhood Leadership and Organizational Change. She is a champion for the rights of children, the holistic support of families, and the practical use of inner and individually driven spirituality to support all ages and all families.

As an advocate for ethics in early childhood and adolescent spirituality, April is devoted to the autonomy of spiritual practices and the therapeutic benefits of aligning with your own spiritual needs. Her course work in practitioner studies has given her knowledge in an array of traditional spiritual practices. Her desire to deeply listen to clients has offered a source of powerful creativity in discovering new spiritual practices that meet the inner calling of every unique person.

Winner of the Althea B. McLaren award in Arts in Early Childhood and the Robert B. McLaren award in Children’s Moral Development, April believes children, parents and individuals are capable and competent in designing and leading their own lives, finding and designing their own spiritual practices, and having the autonomy each person deserves.


“Having a personal or family practitioner is about having someone, and a sacred space where you share, discover, heal, understand, and sincerely find the spiritual practices that work for you. As the practitioner I listen deeply, I offer spiritual tools, and without a doubt I see you as the best person to design your spirituality.” -April Reeves