Serena Sterling, MA, PsyD, holds a master's in International Journalism, a doctorate in clinical psychology, and is a certified Life Coach.
As a result of the September 11 attacks, she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and was told by her doctor that there was no cure. Serena snorted lines of cocaine in her kitchen to escape living with chronic fatigue.
Not wanting to accept a lifetime fate she discovered mind-body healing techniques that transformed her mental, emotional, and physical health.
Witnessing what seemed like a miraculous transformation, Serena decided she needed to share this with the world. She received a master’s and a doctorate in clinical psychology in order to bridge the gap between science and emotional health.
Her book ‘Pain: A Love Story' is a spiritual journey of healing backed by scientific research.
Serena's website: https://www.drserenasterling.com
At the age of 17, Claude AnShin enlisted in the US Army and served in the Vietnam War as a helicopter crew chief. He was honorably discharged at the age of 20 and was awarded numerous medals, including a Purple Heart. After battling severe post-traumatic stress, isolation, and addiction, he...
Paul Cope used to be a corporate lawyer but found himself depressed and suicidal, despite having achieved everything society tells us we need to be happy. He took the brave decision to start again, and began work to discover the root cause of his feelings of unfulfillment and dissatisfaction. ...
Kushal Choksi is an investment analyst-turned-entrepreneur, 9/11 survivor, and author.
His new book ON A WING AND A PRAYER [Penguin, September 7, 2021], chronicles his narrow escape from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the emotional journey towards redemption that...