About Me: I am a writer, mother, grandmother, wife, and woman and child advocate. Like women everywhere, there are many facets to me -- I wear many hats, balance many responsibilities, have many dreams, and care about many things.
I live in the United States, In Los Angeles. I have a Ph.D. in Psychology, and use the valuable information I gained in that learning process to inform my writing, which typically focuses on social issues relating to women, children, and families. I am particularly concerned about the welfare and status of life for women, and to highlight this issue, I was inspired to write the book, "What is Your Self Worth?" A Woman's Guide To Validation." I know first-hand how violence and fear can repress a tender soul, and imprison a woman's voice. My goal in writing "What Is Your Self-Worth?" was to encourage women to find their own voices again, and to use them. I'm excited to be part of the dialog, part of the solution, part of the change, part of the pulse.
My Passions: Cooking, knitting, skiing, hiking, walking in the mountains.
My Challenges: Writing my next book.
My Vision for the Future: End to the violence against women
My Areas of Expertise: Psychology, writing, child welfare, pediatric healthcare