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Lynda Klau, Ph.D.

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For over two decades, Dr. Lynda Klau has applied her integrative approach to mind, body and spirit as a licensed psychologist and a business and personal coach. Through her company Life Unlimited: The Center For Human Possibility, she works nationally and internationally, and appears on radio and television, as an educator, author, public speaker, and workshop leader, helping to facilitate growth and transformation for individuals, couples, teams, and organizations.

Her work is informed by the latest developments in mindfulness research, neuroscience, guided imagery, spirituality, the language of the body, and couples therapy, founded in the belief that the more our mindful awareness deepens, the more we flourish.

An expert in the development of leadership and human possibility, she addresses a full spectrum of issues, from depression, anxiety and relationship problems, to finding your passion, manifesting your power, and pursuing your calling in the world.

She has served on several professional boards, including the International Association for Spirit at Work, the Burren Action Group, and SEC Rough Riders, a chapter of Toastmasters International.

She received her Ph.D. from The City University of New York. She has served as a tenured Assistant Professor at Ramapo College of New Jersey, and an Assistant Professor at Downstate Medical Center. Currently she is on the faculty of The Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy. Her practice is based in New York City, where she lives.

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Mindfulness: The Art of Cultivating Resilience

  • By: Lynda Klau, Ph.D.
  • When dealing with life's realities, mindfulness will help you be resilient to the situations.

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