About Tom


A medium is a person who has developed their spiritual knowledge and uses this to form a link between this world and the spirit world. They can give the required proof that our loved ones have not left us, that they are still around and want to make contact.

The objective of a medium’s work is to prove survival of the human personality after death. It must, however, be remembered that everybody alive has mediumistic capabilities of some kind, it is just that not everybody knows how to interpret them.

As a child Tom Colton communicated and interacted with spirit. It was not until Tom’s uncle Richard died in 2001 that he started reconnecting with spirit as an adult. During the past 9 years he has completed many courses on spirituality including, becoming a Reiki Master, completing the NFSH workshops and advanced his mediumship studying at the world renowned Arthur Findlay College in Stanstead London, the world foremost college for the advancement of spiritualism and psychic sciences. The college has world renowned tutors like Tony Stockwell, Glyn Edwards, Mavis Pittilla and Val William to name a few.

Tom is an Irish Medium who runs development circles and does private and public sittings, email reading@tomcolton.com for more information.

Tom is a spiritualist and as spiritualists it is our religious belief that when the physical body passes, the spirit body lives on and we can connect and communicate with the spirit body (mediumship). He is a Minister of the Union and authorised to carry out weddings by the General Registrars Office. He also performs civil partnership celebration ceremonies, naming ceremonies and funerals services.

Spritual Healing

This is a natural energy therapy. It complements conventional medicine by treating the whole person – mind, body and spirit. Spiritual Healers act as a conduit for healing energy, often described as ‘love and light’ which relaxes the body, releases tensions and stimulates self-healing. The benefits of healing can be felt on many levels, not just the physical, and the effects can be profound.  Private sessions, hospital and hospice visits can all be arranged.