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Los Angeles Jewish Home, the leading provider of comprehensive senior healthcare in-residence services

Los Angeles Jewish Home, the leading provider of comprehensive senior healthcare in-residence services

February 28, 2014

Molly Forrest, CEO & President of the Los Angeles Jewish Home, a leading provider of comprehensive senior healthcare in-residence services in the U.S joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Molly Forrest discuss the following:

  • Tell us a little about Los Angeles Jewish Home and your role there.
  • What are the senior services that are in most demand and why?
  • How has your view of providing senior services changed with the expected explosion in seniors due to the baby boomers aging and the extended life span for both men and women? 
  • How do you educate caregivers about dealing with those they care for especially those with dementia or Alzheimer’s?
  • The Jewish Home has transformed into a senior healthcare system, serving more seniors in their homes than in-residence.  What are the advantages to staying safely at home?  What programs and services does the Home provide to enable seniors to live safely at home?
  • What is your prediction for senior care between now and 2020?
  • What is your advice for children of a parent or parents who may need assistance from the Jewish Home?

Duration: 18:30

Molly Forrest joined the Jewish Home as CEO-president in 1996, and has led the Home through the most ambitious expansion in its history, while overseeing a broad diversified development of Jewish Home programs and services for today’s seniors.

Combining a potent blend of vision and pragmatism, Molly is working to ensure the Home meets the needs of our aging society and the budgetary challenges current times present.

In the 1970’s Molly worked in two governmental positions in Oregon.  In Lane County she supervised the state’s second largest senior nutritional program, providing meals in 16 locations county-wide with home-delivered meals as needed.   Her second position worked with area not-for-profit and for-profit developers of senior/handicapped affordable or subsidized housing assisting in project design and securing HUD or FHA financing.  Her work experience includes direct and corporate administration of skilled nursing and residential care facilities and private consulting for senior living.

Upon joining the Jewish Home, a leading provider of comprehensive senior healthcare in-residence services, Molly led in emphasizing that Home programs should create an environment which would support and build bodies, engage minds and encourage emotional and spiritual expression.

Under her leadership, the Home has opened:

  • Goldenberg Ziman Special Care – for those afflicted by dementia
  • Joyce Eisenberg Keefer Medical Center – an acute psychiatric hospital with skilled nursing beds
  • Fountainview at Eisenberg Village – the Home’s first Continuing Care Retirement Community for independent seniors with support if needed
  • Skirball Hospice – for support of patients and families in the most vulnerable days of life
  • Annenberg School of Nursing – for the education and clinical training of students for state nurse licensing examinations and nursing aide certification testing
  • LA Center for Palliative Care – to assist those who live with multiple chronic conditions and/or suffer continuing pain
  • Brandman Centers for Senior Care (BCSC), a specialty managed care insurance plan targeted to assure the most frail, medically complex seniors can safely live at home with the BCSC medical and supportive services provided either on-site in a day-treatment center or delivered in-home; federally, this is known as a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
  • Care Transitions – a CMS Innovative award-project focused on seniors who are discharged home from area hospitals who receive JHA coordinated care at home to stabilize their health and minimize or avoid return to the acute hospital 

Currently, Molly is overseeing the development of Fountainview at the Gonda Healthy Aging Westside Campus and the Hirsch Family Campus, the first new Jewish Home campuses in over a generation. The Gonda Campus will be the first physical presence of the LA Jewish Home outside of the San Fernando Valley in nearly 50 years.

A graduate of Oregon State University, Molly is active in a variety of community organizations including director positions for boards of LeadingAge CA, Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS), the UCLA Anna & Harry Borun Center for Gerontological Research, Geriatric Education and Research Organization (GERO) and Membership nationally of LeadingAge PEAK Leadership Advisory Council, CEMO Roundtable, California State University Northridge (CSUN) Professional Health Care Advisory Council.

She is a recipient of the Jewish Communal Professionals of Southern California Allan J. Kassin Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement, the San Fernando Valley Business Journal Health Care Leadership Award, and the Jewish Free Loan Association Ben & Anne Werber Communal Service Award. Molly is a frequent guest speaker regarding senior living and care-giving issues for healthcare, eldercare, and nonprofit organizations.

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Twitter: @LAJewishHome

New benefits in laser skin resurfacing: Sciton’s new NanoLaserPeel treatment with Dr. Dr. Kian Karimi

New benefits in laser skin resurfacing: Sciton’s new NanoLaserPeel treatment with Dr. Dr. Kian Karimi

February 28, 2014

Los Angeles-based facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Kian Karimi of Karimi Facial Plastic Surgery joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to discuss new benefits in laser skin resurfacing through the use of Sciton’s new NanoLaserPeel treatment.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Kian Karimi discuss the following:

  • What is Sciton’s NanoLaserPeel?
  • How does the NanoLaserPeel procedure work?  What can patients expect?
  • What skin conditions would you recommend the NanoLaserPeel procedure for?
  • What skin types does NanoLaserPeel work best on?
  • What are the benefits of choosing Sciton’s NanoLaserPeel over other common resurfacing treatments like chemical peels and microdermabrasion?

Duration: 6:29

Sciton’s NanoLaserPeel offers a faster, safer and more comfortable alternative to microdermabrasion and light chemical peels. The cutting edge technology improves skin texture and discoloration and restores luminosity by precisely removing the very topmost layer of the skin. The procedure takes less than five minutes and patients are able to resume normal activities the very next day with noticeably brighter and smother skin!

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The Recovery Fitness Cancer Exercise Program with Carol Michaels

The Recovery Fitness Cancer Exercise Program with Carol Michaels

February 28, 2014

Carol Michaels, the Founder of the Recovery Fitness Cancer Exercise Program joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention & Information Fitness Channels. Carol is an award winning fitness professional, the author of Exercises for Cancer Survivors and has created two cancer exercise DVDs.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Carol Michaels discuss the following:

  • How did you determine that there was a need for this program?
  • When can a cancer survivor start to exercise?
  • What are some of the common side effects caused by cancer surgery and treatment?
  • How can the Recovery Fitness cancer exercise program help reduce these side effects?
  • How can a cancer survivor find a cancer exercise specialist

Duration: 12:55

Carol Michaels is the founder and creator of Recovery Fitness®, an exercise program designed to help cancer patients recover from surgery and treatments.  She owns and operates Recovery Fitness and Carol Michaels Fitness in Short Hills, New Jersey and is a trailblazer in the area of cancer and exercise. She has worked with physicians and other health professionals to develop her recovery fitness program, which is currently offered at her studio, hospitals, cancer support organizations, and community centers.  She understands the needs of a cancer survivor and developed a practical program to help them reach their goals.

Carol is a Cancer Exercise Specialist and consultant and has been a fitness professional for more than 18 years. She received her degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is certified by The Cancer Exercise Training Institute, American Council on Exercise, American College of Sports Medicine, and is a member of ACSM and IDEA.

Carol is a speaker for corporate wellness programs, fundraisers, and community events on fitness and health issues.  She is on the advisory board of Living Beyond Breast Cancer, and is an ambassador for HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation.  She has recently held workshops for: The American Cancer Society, Gilda’s Club, FORCE, Atlantic Healthy Lifestyles, Pathways, St. Barnabas Hospital, and Morristown Cancer Center.

Carol has appeared on health related television programs.  She is an author of a chapter in the e-book called Ten to Thrive. She was a columnist for PFP magazine, and has written for The American Academy of Health and Fitness, The National Lymphedema Network, and numerous cancer publications.

The American Council on Exercise and Life Fitness recognized her as a Trainer to Watch in 2011. Personal Fitness Professional honored her as the 2012 PFP Trainer of the Year. Carol developed and produced two DVD’s called Recovery Fitness Cancer Exercise-Simple Stretches and Recovery Fitness-Strength Training. Both DVD’s can be found on her websites and

Her new book, Exercises for Cancer Survivors, is a fantastic resource for anyone undergoing cancer surgery or treatments.

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Potomac Companies, helping employers control the future cost of health care

Potomac Companies, helping employers control the future cost of health care

February 26, 2014

Joseph Appelbaum, President and Founder of Potomac Companies, Inc., one of the premier full service employee benefit brokerage and consulting firms in the Washington, D.C. region joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Joseph Appelbaum discuss the following:

  • How has the Affordable Care Act changed the way companies and organizations do business and the way people access benefits?
  • How is Potomac Companies able to help employers control the future cost of health care? 
  • “Wellness programs” seem to be a very popular buzz word nowadays. How do wellness programs help employers? 
  • What type of wellness programs work?
  • You stated the health of an individual employee equates to the success of a company or organization. Can you explain?

Duration: 12:04

Joseph Appelbaum has spent more than 25 years in the insurance industry. He founded Potomac Companies in 1990 with the mission of helping employers manage the future cost of healthcare and has grown the company to become one of the premier full service employee benefit brokerage and consulting firms in the Washington, D.C. region.

Joseph is a lifelong entrepreneur and started his first business at the age of 13 in Manalapan, New Jersey. He is an active member of Vistage International and cadre, a D.C.-based professional networking organization and is a founding sponsor of Executive Leaders Radio. Joseph enjoys spending his time helping other CEOs and local business owners connect and collaborate with fellow leaders and is a longtime philanthropist for the Brain Tumor Society and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Joseph graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. He resides in Rockville, MD with his wife and children.


Helping people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders with Celina Miller

Helping people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders with Celina Miller

February 25, 2014

Celina Miller, an advocate for people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome Information Channel. She works to raise awareness for positive solutions to answer the questions that face people affected by ASD.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Celina Miller discuss the following:

  • How and why did you become an advocate for people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders?
  • You have a child with Aspergers Syndrome.  Can you tell us about the early signs of ASD?
  • What is the prevalence of ASD?  Why is the number of children diagnosed on the rise?
  • How can a concerned parent begin the process of having their child tested for ASD?
  • Can you talk about some of the resources available to parents whose child is diagnosed with ASD?

Duration: 10:29

Celina Miller is a writer, advocate, trained yoga instructor, musician, and mother to three - one of whom is affected by Aspergers syndrome.  She understands the complexity of issues faced by families who are touched by ASD. 

A graduate of the University of Virginia, the former editor-in-chief of YogaMom Magazine volunteers her time with various organizations to help people affected by Autism, mental health issues or homelessness.  A member of the Board of Directors at Oasis Center for Women and Children, Celina is the co-chair for a multi-million dollar expansion that will provide needed play therapy services and resources to children in need. 

A volunteer with Autism Speaks, Celina reviews grants and is a committee member for the Alabama Walk Now for Autism Speaks.  In this capacity she meets with various organizations to encourage involvement and further raise awareness.

Celina service as a volunteer at the First Light Women’s Shelter where, with her children, she makes and serves food to homeless women and children.  Celina is an active member in her church and a children’s service-project organizer.  She also teaches piano. 

A writer, Celina advocates for the protection of civil rights for people affected by ASD as well as promotes awareness about the issues faced by those affected and their families.  You can visit her website and blog at

Celina lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband and children.

Web Site:
Twitter: @celina_miller
Phone: (251) 363-5000

The best time to have a Mommy Makeover with Dr. Grant Stevens

The best time to have a Mommy Makeover with Dr. Grant Stevens

February 23, 2014

Dr. Grant Stevens, a board certified plastic surgeon and founder of Marina Plastic Surgery in the Los Angeles area. Dr. Stevens joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to talk about the Mommy Makeovers that are designed to counteract the physical effects of childbearing.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Grant Stevens discuss the following:

  • What constitutes a mommy makeover?
  • What is the typical age and time in life that women want a mommy makeover?  Is it safe right after birth?
  • What if the mom is planning on having other children?
  • It’s best to research plastic surgeons right? We’ve heard that it’s true:that any licensed physician can perform plastic surgery without having had any formal training in the techniques.
  • Should one discuss a mommy makeover with their family?  Telling a husband and children that you want to change your appearance can be a difficult step.
  • What about the timing of surgery – how long does it take to recover and will the moms need help during recovery time?
  • Can a patient fly in from another state to have this done since it is extensive surgery?

Duration: 9:06

Dr. Grant Stevens is the founder and Medical Director of Marina Plastic Surgery and The Institute; A Medical Spa in Marina Del Rey, California. He is also the Chairman of the USC-Marina Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship and the Director of the USC Division of Aesthetic Surgery. He has been elected by his peers into the "The Guide to Top Doctors" and Castle Connolly's "Top Doctor Guide" recognizing him as one of the best plastic surgeons in America, and is one of the select few to be featured in "Plastic Surgery: The World's Top Surgeons & Clinics." Dr. Stevens is an active member at Marina Del Rey Hospital, where he is the past Chairman of the Department of Surgery, the Chairman of the Liposuction Committee, and the Medical Director of The Breast Center. He is also on staff at St. John's Medical Center, the Marina Outpatient Surgery Center and USC.

Dr. Stevens graduated with honors from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis where he was awarded the Senior Prize in Surgery. He completed his general surgery training at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, then returned to Washington University-Barnes Hospital where he completed a Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with Dr. Paul Weeks, Dr. Leroy Young, Dr. Tom Mustoe, Dr. Jeffrey Marsh, and Dr. R. Christie Wray. He is a board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the International College of Surgeons. He was appointed by the governor of California to the Medical Board of California Medical Quality Review Board. Dr. Stevens is an ASAPS Traveling Professor and has been an invited visiting professor at numerous U.S. and international universities.

Dr. Stevens is on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and is Chairman of the Media Relations Committee and the Exhibits Committee. He is an active member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) and he is on the Board of Directors and one of the International Traveling Professors.

Dr. Stevens has authored more than 60 articles and chapters on aesthetic plastic surgery. He recently completed a chapter on mastopexy and mastopexy augmentation in Grabb and Smith. He has also lectured at numerous International, National and Regional meetings. Dr. Stevens is a member of many medical societies, including the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the International College of Surgeons, the American College of Surgeons, the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery.

Dr. Stevens is the past Chairman of the California Medical Association Advisory Panel on Plastic Surgery. He received the California State Assembly and the California State Senate Certificate of Recognition. He has also received the Special Congressional Certificate of Recognition and the Distinguished Service Citation from the Medical Board of California.

He has been interviewed for articles that have appeared in USA Today, People, The Wall Street Journal, Beauty, Forbes, Glamour, Vogue, Allure, Cosmetic Surgery Times, Business Week, Men's Fitness, LA Times Magazine, Longevity, Cooking Light, Discovery, and numerous newspapers. He has appeared on over 125 television programs including CNN, Discovery, 60 Minutes, MSNBC, The Learning Channel, Sonia Live, Leeza, Nightline, CBS News, 24 Hours, Extra, Hard Copy, American Journal, Entertainment Tonight, Inside Edition, Lifetime - New Attitudes, PBS Nightly Business Report and many other TV and radio interviews.


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Finding love at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA

Finding love at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA

February 23, 2014

Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua, Medical Director at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care Channel. Dr. Amezcua has more than 15 years experience as a physician, educator and leader in caring for seniors.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua discuss the following:

  • First tell us a little about Los Angeles Jewish Home and your role there.
  • Today is Sweetheart’s Day at the Jewish Home. I suspect there are some residents who found each other there. Despite the fact many think those over 70 or 80 are too old to fall in love and marry, you have probably seen enough happy seniors who met to dispute that.
  • Do seniors tend to shy away from new romances because of a spouse’s death or divorce?
  • Is it true that single people tend to die earlier than those who are married or have a significant other?
  • Is sex over 70 or 80 safe?
  • Tell us some advice for children who have a single parent who may be 80 or 90 years old and has found love at a retirement home or residence such as yours.
  • Do you think older people are better at finding love than the young?

Duration: 10:43

Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua is a Board Certified Internist who is currently the Medical Director for Community Clinical Services for the Los Angles Jewish Home. Among other duties Dr. Amezcua oversees the medical services at the Brandman Centers for Senior Care, a new Program of All-Inclusive  Care for the Elderly(PACE) at the Jewish Home, Skirball Hospice, Palliative Care, Care Transitions, Home Health Agency and assists in the management of the Medical Group and its geriatric  community clinic. Additionally, Dr. Amezcua has a panel of patients for which he is the primary care provider.

Dr. Amezcua attended the University of California at Davis for his undergraduate education and the Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine  in Chicago, Ill. for his medical degree. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco CA. Post graduate training includes a fellowship on Health Policy and Leadership at the NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service and a Policy Fellowship at the Central Valley Health Policy Institute at Cal State Fresno.

Dr Amezcua has spent his professional career focusing on care for the poor frail elderly. He first worked at On Lok Senior Health in San Francisco, CA where he helped open and supervised the first PACE clinic in a predominantly Latino community.  While there he joined the Clinical Faculty at UCSF and developed an out patient geriatric rotation for the Internal Medicine program at the San Francisco General Hospital. In 2007 Dr. Amezcua relocated to Fresno CA where he opened and directed a geriatric focused clinic in a poor area through Sequoia Community Clinics, a local FQHC. He soon after was recruited to UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program and became the Medical Director for the General Internal Medicine Clinics. Due to family health issues Dr Amezcua accepted an offer to relocate to the Los Angeles area as Regional Director for Senior Services for AltaMed Health Services Corporation. He later accepted an offer as Interim CEO and CMO for Bienvenidos Community Health Center, a small non for profit clinic in East Los Angeles, where he guided the clinic toward  attaining FQHC status and worked there until joining the Los Angeles Jewish Home.

Dr. Amezcua has been extensively involved in community educational and volunteer activities. While in San Francisco he was a founding member of the Alzheimer’s Association Medical-Scientific Advisory Committee and served as the Chair of the Multi-Cultural committee as well as serving on the Board of Directors. He was a member of the San Francisco Network of Adult Day Centers quality of care initiative and spoke extensively to multiple community and professional groups. Dr. Amezcua was also a Medical Commentator for Univision’s Channel 14 ,KTVU where he had a weekly live TV medical segment for several years.

Dr. Amezcua also has served at the national level, as an advisor to the Director of the NIH as co chair of the Council of Public Representatives, as National Policy Committee of the National Hispanic Medical Association and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, State Solutions grant reviewer.

Dr. Amezcua is married to a pediatrician and have three children. He currently resides in South Pasadena CA.

Web Site:
Twitter: @LAJewishHome

The Dove PitiCure with Dr. Ellen Marmur

The Dove PitiCure with Dr. Ellen Marmur

February 23, 2014

Dove Deodorant spokesperson and New York City based Dermatologist, Dr. Ellen Marmur joins eHealth Radio and the Skin Care Channel to discuss the Dove Piticure.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Ellen Marmur discuss the following:

  • Why are you working with Dove Deodorant?
  • What makes the Dove Advanced Care Deodorant products stand out?
  • Why is armpit care important?
  • Tell me a little about the Dove PitiCure.
  • How do you tell your clients to take care of their skin?

Duration: 6:53

Dove deodorant spokesperson and New York City based dermatologist, Dr. Ellen Marmur, shares the importance of underarm skin care with New Dove Advanced Care Deodorant with NutriumMoisture.

As a leading dermatologist and founder of Marmur Medical, Dr. Marmur understands firsthand, the importance of taking care of underarm skin and shares steps to achieving softer, smoother armpits through the Dove At-Home PitiCure treatment.

Web Site:

Facebook: Click here

Twitter: @Dove


BioCorRx Inc., the treatment of alcoholism with its revolutionary Start Fresh Program

BioCorRx Inc., the treatment of alcoholism with its revolutionary Start Fresh Program

February 22, 2014

Brady Granier, the COO of Fresh Start Private Management Inc, soon to be BioCorRx Inc. that specializes in the treatment of alcoholism with its revolutionary Start Fresh Program that is used my independent clinics joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention Channel.


Listen below to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Brady Granier discuss the following:

  • Tell us about BioCorRx formerly Fresh Start Private?
  • Have any Clinical Trials Been Conducted on the Start Fresh Program™?
  • What types of people are taking advantage of the Start Fresh?
  • What is Naltrexone and what are its common side effects, and does it cure alcoholism?
  • What is the Outpatient Implant Procedure?

Duration: 15:08

During the twelve years prior to joining BioCorRx in June of 2013, Mr. Granier had been involved in sales management, media sales and business development. Mr. Granier was employed at Clear Channel Media & Entertainment (“CCME”), where he had served in several positions from Account Executive to Director of Business Development and Local Sales Manager. Mr. Granier has also served as the Healthcare Category Manager for the Los Angeles division of CCME, the largest media company in the United States.

During his tenure at CCME and other media companies, Mr. Granier worked on marketing campaigns for local businesses and physicians, as well as for National brands such as Neutrogena, New Line Cinema, Paramount Pictures, Samsung, AT&T, Coke, Dr Pepper, Hansen’s, Honda, MGM, Universal Studios and more. He also managed endorsements on the radio for Ryan Seacrest. In 2006, Mr. Granier received the coveted Pinnacle Award from CCME for being the top sales executive in the Western region. While serving as Director of Business Development, Mr. Granier grew new business by 49% in his first year in that role.

Mr. Granier was born and raised in the heart of Cajun Country in Southeast Louisiana where he starting working at the age of eleven to help support his single mother and younger brother. After graduating with honors from high school, Mr. Granier attended college at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA. Mr. Granier earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing in 1995 and was a member of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society and Phi Kappa Theta.

During his nursing career, Mr. Granier specialized in the critical care areas of ER/ICU/CCU and CICU. He also moonlighted as a home health nurse, critical care air transport nurse, and TV studio set medic. In 1996, Mr. Granier moved to California as a travel nurse and spent most of his remaining years in healthcare as the charge nurse in the emergency room at White Memorial Hospital in downtown Los Angeles. Mr. Granier continues to reside in the Los Angeles area with his family. Mr. Granier has also been a volunteer with Big Brothers of America. 


Being You, Changing the World with Dr. Dain Heer

Being You, Changing the World with Dr. Dain Heer

February 20, 2014

Dr. Dain Heer, the author the book, "Being You, Changing the World", joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel. Dr. Heer is an international speaker, author and facilitator of advanced workshops in Access Consciousness worldwide.

Listen below to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Dain Heer discuss the following:

  • You wrote a book called Being You Changing the World that has just been translated into it's fourth language  what is the book all about?
  • Why is it different from any other books around?
  • Can you tell us how you got started?
  • The book has now turned into classes where you teach people how to be their most authentic selves? It sounds simple however  why is this so important?
  • You  are constantly in the media doing interviews and traveling  the world teaching these classes what is  the biggest tip you would like people to know?
  • Once people are truly being themselves what difference can they notice?
  • 2014 looks like another busy year with  "being you" classes in Estonia, Australia, America and Europe do you find the same things everywhere in the world?

Duration: 12:16

Dr. Heer has become an internationally recognized thought leader in transforming lives and creating different choices – willing to empower people to see different possibilities and to recognize what is truly possible for them. He has a completely different approach to healing by facilitating people to tap into and recognize their own abilities and knowing. The energetic transformation possible is fast — and truly dynamic. He is acknowledged worldwide for his unique perspectives on personal transformation that is unlike anything else in the world.

In his talks, classes and books, Dain uses the stories of his personal transformation to inspire people to know that the change they’ve been seeking is possible. It empowers them to know that they are the creators of their life. He also gives them access to real, pragmatic and dynamic tools, and the energetic awareness to create the life they’d truly like to have—and the world they would truly like to live in.  Dain invites people to more consciousness from total allowance, caring, humor and a phenomenal knowing.

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