I’m personally skeptical of the whole psychic thing; I do think psychic abilities are possible on spiritual states of existence but in the material realms of consciousness, anyone who claims to be able to heal you with the power of thier psychic thoughts alone has a tiny red flag of BSery along with that statement. Anyone who somehow believes in pure mind powers like this woman is talking about is probably a few screws short to begin with. You can heal yourself personally and probably feel what others are feeling when they are far away, but it takes a lot of energy to heal someone from far away with your own energy since you need to use your own energy in both traveling and healing. Very few if any self-labeled psychics are the real deal because spiritual abilities are hard to develop to even hear spirits (added with the fact many people have debunked many well-known psychics).
That aside, while I can say she’s likely telling the truth on what happened, I don’t think her interpretation of the situation was whole or even had much thought, especially since her experiences relied heavily on New Age healing. (A.k.a, the worst kind of alt medicine) I personally think New Agers are worst than Xtians because Xtians at least have a handbook of their beliefs (regardless of how much they actually use, and some from-the-book teachings actually aren’t all that bad). Many New Agers are lie profiteers and thier whole system is built from unproven claims and half-true pseudoscience.