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Born with a passion for all things mathematical, Dr. Breslin’s professional career started at age seventeen at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab. A year later, she was encouraged to spread her wings and headed to Revelle College at UCSD. While enrolled in pre-med studies, Dr. Breslin continued to expand her knowledge of math and physics. But, an auto accident during her sophomore year left her with a brain injury and only limited capacity to comprehend the complexities of math and physics. Trying to utilize her remaining skills, she changed her major to Psychology and graduated a year later with a B.A. She continued her education at Northwestern University where she earned a Masters and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology. She is licensed as a Psychologist in Tennessee, Georgia and California. In addition, after five years of working as a Psychologist, Dr. Breslin enrolled in training as an Intuitive Consultant.She studied and apprenticed for six years in Energy and Vibrational Medicine, Aromatherapy, and Toltec wisdom.In 2004, Dr. Breslin earned her certificate in Integrative Medicine from Harvard Medical Center. Dr. Breslin is now a highly-respected psychologist known nationwide for her innovative approach to trauma recovery, which focuses on the integration of mind, body and spirit for the resolution of painful experiences.Dr. Breslin is an avid speaker and a prolific writer and authored several books,numerous online continuing education courses, and hundreds of articles and chapters, she is also a contributing author for the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Her commitment to the instillation of hope is reflected in all of the motivational stories she shares. In the last 30 years, she has crossed over and returned eight times, with three very memorable experiences amongst those passages.
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