Tyler Henry may only be in his mid-twenties, but he’s already one of the world’s most sought-after, known, and supposedly accurate clairvoyant mediums.
According to ‘Life After Death With Tyler Henry,’ he began receiving intuitive mental images at the age of ten, from which he honed his ability to assist the bereaved in finding clarity and closure.
So let’s find out more about how he purportedly communicates with the souls of those who have passed now that we know how his procedure of reportedly talking with the spirits of those who have passed works, shall we?
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What is the Best Way to get a Reading from Tyler Henry?
Before we get into what you need to do to get an appointment with Tyler Henry, we should warn you that it won’t be simple – he apparently has a 300,000-person waitlist.
With that stated, if you believe your time with him will be well worth the wait, you can begin the process by visiting the enquiry page on his official website.
There, you’ll be asked to fill out a form with your name, email address, mailing address, and a message (presumably regarding your objective for the booking and why you picked Tyler in particular).
To avoid any confusion and/or concerns about Tyler’s legitimacy, there’s a note at the top of that same page stating that Tyler does not have access to this mailbox.
In other words, he enters the private readings with no prior knowledge of his customers, and his staff is in charge of arranging everything else, including who he will meet and when.
What Does a Tyler Henry Reading Cost?
Tyler Henry has had such great success in his profession that he’s been labelled Hollywood’s go-to medium. He went from being a local in Hanford, California, to having his own Netflix original.
Given that he does live concerts frequently, has written a memoir, and had a four-season run on E’Hollywood !’s Medium,’ it’s logical to presume that he charges a substantial amount for his time.
He hasn’t divulged his exact fees, but psychic medium Theresa Caputo charges between $50 and $175 every session.
Given Henry’s long list of high-profile clients, it’s safe to assume he charges equally to or more than Caputo. Tyler Henry’s reading cost is estimated to be around $200 for an hour-long session.
Tyler’s live performance tickets range from $22-$153, depending on whether you choose the basic show package or the VIP package, which includes a meet-and-greet, his book, and merch, among other things.