Raymond A. Moody, M.D., Ph.D. is a globally renowned psychiatrist and celebrated best-selling author. He has written 11 books to date, with several more now in preparation at different stages of development.
He is best known for the critically acclaimed book Life After Life(1975), which sold over 13 million copies world-wide, about near-death experiences, a term he invented and a burgeoning field of scientific exploration he inspired.
Dr. Moody earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Virginia. He served on the faculty at the University of Virginia, the University of Nevada, East Carolina University and West Georgia College. He is widely published in professional journals and has appeared on numerous national network television and radio shows.
He is a sought-after speaker, lecturer, facilitator and consultant specializing in psychiatry, medical ethics, human consciousness studies, death and dying, peak experiences and the paranormal, grief and bereavement, the healing power of humor, personal growth and self-actualization, creativity & critical thinking enhancement, and classical philosophy.