Born and raised in England, Zoë visited California at the age of twenty. The intended three-month visit in the 1960s extended into 35 years of residency in the States before she returned to live in Europe in 2002. In 1977, after six years, she successfully completed her mentorship training at The Prosperos School of Ontological Studies. Throughout her long practice as a mentor she has presented seminars, workshops, conducted one-to-one tutoring sessions and facilitated support/study groups. Her focus is to act as a facilitator to assist others to live beyond conditioned thinking and habitual emotional response patterns in an atmosphere of supportive community. Zoë tells that on a visit to a Greek archaeological site, someone asked her if she was an archaeologist. Tired of saying no to this oft-asked question she spontaneously responded, “I’m not an archaeologist per se, I’m an archaeologist of the soul.” That probably best describes her and her work. As she opens doors for herself she in turn opens doors for others. However, she states, “It’s up to each one of us to walk through that door.” Thus, she invites you to journey some of your Path with her.