Dr. Mo certainly has one of the most interesting and diverse resumes and interests. She has both a medical and psychological background. Not only is she a Registered Nurse, but she also has a Masters degree in Holistic Health and a Doctorate in Psychology. She is the author of many international publications, including Stress Management and ME offered in several countries. The Peace Corps in Ecuador are currently using it. This book is a time tested a self-help book for young children on how to manage stress. Her latest book which she plans on being a best seller is: Shaking Hands With Alzheimer’s Disease a Guide for Compassion, Seven Steps for Compassionate Caregiving.
Dr. Mo is a world traveler and teacher. In the last twelve months she has been studying and teaching in India and Ecuador, spending time in Dharmasala where the Dalai Lama resides. She also has been a volunteer in Haiti and the Amazon, and the barrios of Santa Domingo, Ecuador. As a hobby Dr. Mo likes to be an extra in movies. My favorites that I was an extra in were EAT PRAY LOVE, and ADJUSTMENT BUREAU. “ I find film to be fascinating, and it is true, all the world is a stage”.
Dr. Mo says, “I have been passionate about why some people can survive immense trauma, and flourish while others self impose struggle for their entire lives. I have found that the way people manage stress is THE tipping point.” She can be reached at her website: Dr. Mo