Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Dr Laurie Nadel, on air from November 1st.
As Vice-President of Mind Body Network and Mind Body Network cable television (to be launched on Dish and DirectTV in January 2017), Dr. Laurie has produced an award winning web documentary Dan Rather: Courage Under Fire and is editor of Dan Rather’s Lessons from the Field: Everything I Learned About Life I Learned from Reporting.
All proceeds from the book are donated to the Committee to Protect Journalists. (www.mindbodynetwork.com/dan-rather). She is currently working on a special archival project of David Bowie material for MBN.
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Dr. Laurie has appeared on Oprah and is a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Happiness Genes: Unlock the Positive Potential Within Your DNA, coauthored with James Baird, Ph.D., won the 2011 USA Best Book award in the Spirituality genre. Her memoir Dancing with the Wind: A True Story of Zen in the Art of Windsurfing (Paraview Press, 2001) was nominated for a National Book Award.
Dr. Laurie has taught intuitive leadership to executives from countries all over the world.
With offices in Miami and New York, Dr. Laurie specializes in helping people suffering from acute stress, trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Laurie has run free support groups for people in her home town of Long Beach, NY whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. After 9/11/01, she treated hundreds of eye-witnesses to the World Trade Center attack and ran a program for teenagers whose fathers were killed in the Towers.
Laurie’s 5 step philosophy is
With a dual career in psychology and journalism, she filed a series of reports on the psychological impact of 9/11 on people living in the suburbs for The New York Times’ Long Island section. (The New York Times shut the regional sections—Long Island, New Jersey, Connecticut and Westchester—in 2009.) Her primary beat was the marine environment, where she won two press awards for her “On the Water” cover stories. Her byline on more than 100 articles, including her religion column “Long Island at Worship,” can be found at www.nytimes.com.
After twenty years working for such major news organizations as United Press International, Newsweek, ABC and CBS News, she changed careers, earning three advanced degrees through independent study. A three-year battle with chronic fatigue syndrome led her to complete doctorates in cognitive psychology and clinical hypnotherapy, Dr. Laurie completed a post-doctoral program, “Clinical Training in Mind-Body Medicine” at Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Mind-Body Medicine. In addition to her formal education, Dr. Laurie draws from her three decades of Buddhist practice and a decade of study with indigenous healers in South America.
Laurie Nadel is the author of six books, including the four-time best-seller Sixth Sense: Unlocking your Ultimate Mind Power.
In honor of its 26th year Sixth Sense is now an audio-book available here SIXTH+SENSE+audiobook
Dr. Laurie’s new book is The Five Gifts: Uncommon Wisdom for Troubling Times. Drawing upon more than two decades helping people who have suffered catastrophic losses, she is pleased to say that the editorial work is underway. Publication date TBA.
For your free bonus gifts with the audiobook, please go to laurie-nadel.