Sep 14
2019
Guest Speaker: Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW, CST

Edy Nathan, OBEr, STEr, Well-known grief counselor from NYC, licensed psychotherapist and author of "It's Grief."

Edy Nathan has over 20 years of experience specializing in the integration of psychotherapy and the world of spirituality. She practices in New York City.

She holds a MA degree from New York University and from Fordham University. She has post-graduate training from the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy, The Gestalt Center and the Jungian Institute. She is a certified EMDR practitioner, regression therapist, certified Hypnotherapist and certified sex therapist.

In her expertise as a grief therapist, Edy interweaves her formal training as a psychotherapist with her views on trauma, abuse, NDE’s, kundalini awakenings and death. Grief does not follow a specific timeline nor is it linear. It is like your fingerprint and as individual as you are. Encompassing the losses in life throughout the life span, the mysteries of loss follow the mysteries of life.

Having trained with renowned past-life regressionist, Brian Weiss MD, spiritual leader, Thomas Moore PhD, and Shamanic Healer, Hank Wesselman, PhD, Edy draws on her training to create a wide repertoire of tools that help people learn to meet grief with gratitude and grace. “Dance with the losses and they will dance with you.”

Her book, It’s Grief: The Dance of Self-Discovery through Trauma and Loss was published in October 2018.

For more information: https://edynathan.com