Theresa Caputo, also known as the Long Island Medium, has discovered fame through her TLC reality series Long Island Medium. Caputo is known for her ability to talk to "souls" and helps others connect to loved ones they've lost. While Caputo has gotten so big now that she has celebrity clients, she continues to help any and all people. Here's how you can get an appointment with Caputo, though be warned that it's somewhat of a challenge.
Unfortunately, because Caputo has become such a big name, it is a bit more difficult to get in touch with her. The best way to try and meet the medium is to go to one of her live shows. According to her website, she'll be on doing a live tour this summer, going across the U.S. Though many of her shows are already sold out, you can still purchase tickets for some shows, though you better hurry before it's too late.
However, if you'd like a personal one-on-one appointment with the medium, that'll be a bit more difficult. You can fill out the contact form on her website, but the site warns that prior to the reality show she was already booked for two years, so now you can only imagine how long the waiting list is nowadays. Also, filling out the form doesn't guarantee you an appointment.
Besides that, there's really no other way to make an appointment, unfortunately. Caputo is hard to reach these days, but at least you can watch her show and if you want to know more about her work as a medium you could read her books There's More to Life Than This, You Can't Make This Stuff Up, and Good Grief: Your Soul, Honor Your Loved Ones, and Learn to Live Again.
Though the show just concluded its tenth season earlier this year, Caputo — along with the show — continues to be watched by many and has garnered a pretty impressive fan base — many of whom fully believe in the work she's doing. Though, of course, there are always skeptics out there as well.
But whether you believe in what she does or not, there are plenty of people out there who have thanked Caputo for changing their lives and giving them a sense of peace, so it's clear Caputo will continue to do her work for many, many more years to come.