Mark Ireland’s father was the prominent 20th century psychic and medium Dr. Richard Ireland, who counseled celebrities such as Mae West and the Eisenhower Family. Mark didn’t follow in his father’s footsteps until the unexpected passing of his 18 year old son. Desperate for connection, communication and respite from his grief, Mark began a search for messages from the afterlife and discovered remarkable proof of life after death. Mark presents the psychic-medium phenomena, spirit visitations, after-life communication, reincarnation, synchronicity, and near-death experiences which point to the survival of consciousness after bodily death. On his journey, Mark meets with respected mediums who deliver unexpected messages from his son, father, and others who have passed and explores the healing impact that such messages can have on people who are grieving. He shares his interviews with mediums to understand how they see, hear, and feel the information they receive from the spirits of the deceased. Mark has developed a testing program certifying mediums who have a high degree of accuracy in order to help parents, and everyone, heal from the loss of a loved one. During our show, Mark also explains how he tests and rates mediums to certify them. You can contact a certified medium through Mark’s organization at :
Mark Ireland is the Co-Founder of Helping Parents Heal and Author of two books, including the groundbreaking Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go and The Persistence of the Soul, both of which explore evidence for the continuity of consciousness after physical death. Mark’s father, Richard Ireland was a renowned 20th-century Psychic-Medium who counseled Mae West, Glenn Ford, Amanda Blake, and the Eisenhower family. Mark has participated in mediumship research studies conducted by the University of Arizona, and the University of Virginia, and currently runs his own Certification program. Mark’s program objective is to identify high-caliber Mediums capable of furnishing specific, accurate, and pertinent information. According to the Windbridge Research Center, highly evidential readings can provide a therapeutic benefit to grieving persons.