Linda Weber has been a psychotherapist and spiritual counselor for women for forty years, as well as a writer, singer-songwriter, and rites of passage guide. She became an active feminist in 1970, and was one of the country’s first abortion counselors. She founded a non-profit abortion/women’s health clinic in Boulder, Colorado in 1973, where she created and directed the counseling program.
Linda has spent her life studying history, psychology, and spirituality, and how they intersect. She leads individual women and groups out into the wilderness every summer to experience the power of the Earth’s teachings. Her work includes the study of dying as a rite of passage.
Linda performed with a women’s a cappella ensemble for fifteen years. She is the mother of two daughters and the grandmother of five children. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.