Hosted By Mary Allen
Dr. Judith Orloff
Recorded Wednesday, April 23, 2008
- Are you ready to transform fatigue, stress, and fear into vibrancy, strength, and love?
- Would you like to know how to handle “energy vampires?”
- Would you like to further awaken your sense of intuition?
- Want an an energy-aware approach to diet, fitness and health?
- Are you overloaded from emails, computers and phones – and want a solution?
- Curious about “heart-centered” sexuality?
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Personal Note from Life Coach Mary:
For years, I had seen Dr. Judith Orloff’s name in association with Caroline Myss and other visible places in the media, but hadn’t read one of her many books. Then I found myself on the SelfGrowth.com Expert pages, and my intuition suggested I reach out to her. Shortly thereafter, I visited her website, reviewed her books and online videos … and instantly KNEW I had to include her in my Conversations with the Masters series. I am delighted that she is enthusiastically up for sharing her message with us. And, I’m still smiling that this interaction came about simply by me “listening to my own intuition,” which is, of course, Dr. Judith Orloff’s specialty! Hope you enjoy this replay of our interview in 2008!
About Dr. Judith Orloff
Transforming the face of psychiatry, Judith Orloff, MD is an assistant clinical professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and author of the New York Times and international bestseller Emotional Freedom upon which a public television special is based. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality to achieve physical and emotional healing. She passionately asserts that we have the power to transform negative emotions and achieve inner peace. She offers practical strategies to overcome frustration, stress, and worry and teaches people how to quiet overactive minds that won’t shut off.
Dr. Orloff, who comes from a family of 25 physicians, advocates “a democracy of healing,” wherein every aspect of ourselves is granted a vote in the search for total health. She has been celebrated for her unique approach to mental well-being by proving that the links between physical, emotional, and spiritual health can’t be ignored.
Dr. Orloff is accomplishing for psychiatry what physicians like Dean Ornish and Mehmet Oz have done for mainstream medicine.” Dr. Orloff has spoken at medical schools, hospitals, universities, the American Psychiatric Association, Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Summit, and alternative and traditional health forums—venues where she presents tools to doctors, patients, and everyday people. She graduated USC School of Medicine, completed a four year psychiatric residency program at UCLA, and currently mentors UCLA medical students and psychiatry-residents-in-training. She is on Natural Health Magazine’s Advisory Board and Body and Soul Magazine had called Dr. Orloff “one of our nation’s top doctors.”
As a board-certified psychiatrist, Dr. Orloff blends her traditional medical skills with intuition to enhance patient care. A new edition of her book “Second Sight” (Three Rivers Press, 2010) chronicles her challenges and triumphs embracing her own intuition and integrating it into medicine. Emotional Freedom (Harmony Books, March, 2009) helps readers liberate themselves from negative emotions and develop hope, compassion, and courage. It is a roadmap for those who are stressed, discouraged, or overwhelmed–and for those who are in a good emotional place but want to feel better. As Dr. Orloff shows, each day presents opportunities for us to be heroes in our own lives: to turn away from negativity, react constructively, and seize command of any situation. Her other bestsellers include Positive Energy, Guide to Intuitive Healing, and Second Sight, a trilogy of books exploring new breakthroughs in intuition, energy, and how to combat an epidemic of exhaustion overtaking our world. Positive Energy is a national and Los Angeles Times bestseller which has been translated into 24 languages.
Dr. Orloff is also a Huffington Post and Psychology Today blogger.