For booking arrangements, contact Janice Christian at 216-932-0101 ext. 23
Kelly ChapmanWhen Kelly Chapman pours out her soul in song, it is an unforgettable, sometimes life-altering experience. Her voice, often described as the sound quality of a “bell” stirs emotions. Each powerful performance has been called “amazing,” “healing,” “awesome,” and “blessed.”
A multi-talented, singer/songwriter/speaker/author and entrepreneur, Kelly has performed background vocals for rhythm and blues artist Tony Terry, rapper MC Chill and gospel artist Charles Woolfork and Covenant.
Kelly’s debut CD Real released to a packed house at Cleveland’s Ohio Theater in Playhouse Square. Having written eight of the 12 songs on the CD, she brings a unique singing and songwriting style to the increasingly crowded talent pool of Christian artists. The phenomenal song “Heal Me” was a finalist in the 2004 Gospel Music Association’s Songwriting Competition and the International Songwriting Competition. A corresponding video was released worldwide on most major television networks including Black Entertainment Television’s (BET) Video Gospel, Christian Television Network and Gospel Music Television. Also, BET chose “Heal Me” for its television promotions for the Hurricane Katrina Relief Telethon.
“Shake the Devil Off” is an upbeat “house” style song that is a personal testimony about relationships gone wrong and finding true love with Jesus. Her jazz influenced song, “Get Into the Flow” featuring Eddie Baccus Jr. from Pieces of a Dream, is full of quiet energy and soulful depth. Kelly opened the BET Celebration of Gospel 2004 pre-show with “Let Your Anointing Fill this Place,” a beautiful worship song inviting God’s presence into the Orpheum Theater. Brides worldwide request “We Give Our Lives to You First,” labeled “the ultimate unity candle song.” “Just One Candle,” sung with daughter Natalie, has anthem-like quality and will fulfill the prophecy of Mark 16:15 to, “Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation.”
Driven by the desire to make an impact, Kelly educates and motivates others through philanthropy and artistic talents. “I have a responsibility to women. God allowed me to go through my trials so that I could comfort and encourage others, and to help them avoid the same pitfalls.” She founded the Wilma A. Chapman Fund Scholarship for individuals with mental illness. Named after her mother, Kelly remembers how she successfully raised three children while challenged with the disease.
Kelly’s newest project, Real: The Truth about Being Single with Kelly Chapman is the story behind the music. She is raw and transparent telling of the physical and emotional abuse endured while searching for love. Kelly candidly shares the tumultuous journey that inspired the passion-filled songs from her CD.
Packed with scripture, insight and raw emotion, Real: The Truth about Being Single with Kelly Chapman is a must-read for anyone single and looking for emotional fulfillment – without faith.
Women, men and children worldwide are drawn to Kelly’s unique vocal ability, attention-grabbing writing style and powerfully authentic speeches. She is thoughtful and engaging, leaving those she has touched with the desire to experience more. Kelly wrote the book so that others can find healing from her testimony and know that they do not have to endure abuse in any form.
For additional information about Kelly, contact Montrie Rucker Adams, 440-684-9920, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For booking arrangements, contact Janice Christian at 216-932-0101 ext. 23.
============And now meet Dr. Paris Finner-Williams
Is there life before marriage? After? How about during? How is moving through the single life like the Wizard of Oz? In this companion to their first book, “Marital Secrets”, Paris Finner-Williams and Robert Williams remind us that the married life is not the only life. “Single Wisdom” conveys the wisdom that has come from more than 16 years of marriage and more than 60 combined years of counseling with others to live their best lives, married or single.
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Clients benefit from over six decades of mental health expertise at notable Detroit-area institutions and government departments by Robert D. Williams, a certified addiction counselor, certified clinical social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist, and by Dr. Atty. Paris M. Finner-Williams, a fully licensed psychologist, certified rehabilitation counselor, Forensic Examiner Diplomat and Licensed Attorney and Counselor at Law.
When medication assessment or review is warranted, clients are referred to a select group of distinguished Metro-area psychiatrists.
Finner-Williams and Associates offers psychotherapy, mental health intervention, counseling and related professional services to help men, women and children move positively through the problems of everyday life. We are available immediately to respond to your needs.
(CO-AUTHOR) DR. ATTORNEY PARIS MICHELE FINNER-WILLIAMS (LEFT)
Dr. Paris M. Finner-Williams, a licensed psychologist and attorney, is the founder and chief executive officer of Detroit, Michigan-based Finner-Williams and Associates Psychological Services, created in 1979. She is an author of numerous publications and articles and often serves as a quoted relationship expert in popular magazines; such as Ebony and Jet. She is the co-author of "Marital Secrets: Dating, Lies, Communication and Sex," “Single Wisdom” and “How To Develop A Church-Based Christian Counseling Ministry” along with her husband Robert D. Williams. As a popular guest on radio and television, she addresses male-female relationships and motivational issues; and has been seen on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) Praise The Lord program as a repeated interview guest of Bishop T.D. Jakes and a recurrent guest on the Christian Television Network with Pastor Glenn Plummber. Her psychological, counseling and legal services include these issues as well as family law and probate matters. She is a founder and the first chairperson of the Black African-American Christian Counselors Division of the American Association of Christian Counselors and a member of the American Psychotherapy Association Board of Directors.
Finner-Williams has provided consultation and training to public and private sector agencies and organizations in the areas of group forensic psychology, rehabilitation, divorce law, dynamics, client assessment and mental health treatment. She is a member, Elder or officer of numerous professional organizations and has received the 2006 Distinguished Psychologist of the Year Award, the 2007 National Council of Negro Women – Detroit Section’s “Phenomenal Women” Award, 2000 – 2003 International Association of Black Psychologists, Inc. Service Awards, the 2004 American Business Women’s Association Business Associate Award, and other local and national recognition for her contributions and leadership in the mental health field.
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