Tina Hamilton is an atheist and secular Buddhist – she has studied multiple religions throughout her lifetime – starting with various Christian denominations and then spanned outside of Christianity – some of the other religions she studied were Judaism, Paganism, Druidism, Shamanism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Daoism. Throughout her time in studying these religions she realized that she was a skeptic of supernatural, gods, or gurus. Twelve years ago, she realized she was an atheist, but values some of the core aspects in Buddhism, and that being meditation and mindfulness.
Tina is currently awaiting admittance into graduate school for Masters in Clinical Counseling. She plans to provide secular counseling in the areas of stress management, grief counseling, and addictions. Currently, she is involved in several Atheist social media projects, including Atheist Alliance of America (Facebook), Association of Mindfulness Meditation and Secular Buddhism where she works closely with Mark W. Gura. She is also a team member in a support group project for new atheists that Anthony Magnabosco organized. Tina has great interest in learning and applying Street Epistemology, and is a strong advocate for critical thinking and science, as well as Separation of Church and State. Tina has a Bachelor degree in both Nursing, and Psychology.