Robert London, MD
Find Freedom Fast
Anxieties are hitting epidemic levels in the United States. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 40 million American adults suffer from an anxiety disorder every year. Dr. Robert London offers a therapy that he says helps overcome anxiety as well phobias, PTSD, and insomnia — with less or no medications and far less therapy sessions. His three-step method empowers people to help themselves. Dr. London is a psychiatrist, educator, and writer, and is founder and former head of the short-term psychotherapy unit at NYU Langone Medical Center. His new book is Find Freedom Fast: Short-Term Therapy That Works.
Risking the Rapids
Irene O’Garden grew up in what seemed like the perfect American Midwestern family. Behind the scenes, however, it was anything but. Irene discusses her journey from cruelty, narcissism, and neglect, to one understanding and forgiveness. She teaches that it is never too late to heal from family damage, and that being afraid is nothing to be afraid of. Irene has won or has been nominated for prizes in nearly every writing category. Her new book is Risking the Rapids: How My Wilderness Adventure Healed My Childhood.
After being diagnosed with two deadly and unrelated forms of cancer, each time with a dire prognosis, Sean Swarner astounded the medical community when he survived both diseases. Sean not only survived, but with one lung, and the spirit of a warrior, he has redefined what is possible. Sean is the first cancer survivor to stand on top of Mount Everest. From there he stood atop the highest point on all seven continents, skied to the north and south poles, and completed the Hawaii Ironman. Sean offers hope to cancer patients worldwide through his non-profit organization, CancerClimber. He is a motivational speaker and author of the book, Keep Climbing. He has been featured in the documentary, True North.