I Can Heal with Dr. Wendy Treynor


      Where Science & Spirit Meet

 Where Science & Spirit Meet

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Dr. Wendy Treynor is trained as a scientist with a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (the #1-ranked program in the nation, US News & World Report, 2016), as well as being a cancer survivor, artist, writer, philosopher, and dreamer. Her insights into the Art of Happiness build upon her life experience battling cancer, integrating what she learned from life from almost dying, as well as on the foundation of scientific research in the field of Social Psychology, representing a convergence of science and spirit. 

People have described Wendy as a free spirit, creative, original, enthusiastic, animated, vibrant, vivacious, but also wise, courageous, empathetic, loving, and compassionate.  In addition to being a published author in scientific journals, and enjoying people and public speaking, she has received recognition for her communication skills, and her research has afforded her the opportunity to speak to audiences around the globe.  Wendy has given talks at universities including UC Berkeley, UCLA, the University of New South Wales in Australia, and Israel’s Technion Institute of Technology. 

Wendy is also a published author of scientific articles on emotion and depression, having trained with preeminent emotion and depression scholars (Dr. Phoebe Ellsworth, at Michigan, Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, now at UNC and author of Positivity, and the late Dr. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, author of Women Who Think Too Much, formerly at Yale).  Drawing on her life experience and scientific expertise, Wendy completed her first book Towards a General Theory of Social Psychology: Understanding Human Cruelty, Human Misery, and, Perhaps, a Remedy: A Theory of the Socialization Process (Euphoria Press, Nov 7, 2009), and more recently, the eagerly-awaited, The Gift of Cancer: Turn Your Tragedy into a Treasure...A Treasure Map to Happiness! (Euphoria Press, Aug 31, 2014, both on Amazon.com) and I Can Heal® Trilogy.

Wendy’s honors and awards include: Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (2005), Delta Epsilon Iota for Academic Excellence and Outstanding Dedication, Enthusiasm, and Initiative (2003), Hough Psychology & Ethics Scholarship for Promising Psychology and Ethics Research (2003), Pi Mu Epsilon for Outstanding Achievement in the Mathematical Sciences (1997), and Acceptance to NYU’s Tisch School of the Performing Arts for Dramatic Study (1993).  Most recently she is a recipient of The Hay Foundation Grant (2008) and The Lloyd Symington Foundation Grant (2009), which have sponsored her talks.

Wendy is founder and director of Healing Consulting in Los Angeles and a former Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Social Research at UCLA (Sept '09- Sept '10). Through Healing Consulting, Wendy shares her vision of integrating scientific knowledge and spiritual wisdom to enhance people’s quality of life.  

With the cancer, Wendy discovered that the lessons she learned from science converged with the spiritual lessons she learned about life from almost dying, providing a single map, a unified picture, a sole prescription to follow for achieving wholeness and happiness—a map she now lives by and seeks to share.  Wendy shares this information with others, in a fresh and exciting way, through her keynotes, seminars, workshops, consultation, and writing so that others, too, may heal themselves, actualize their own potential, and find the freedom, peace, love, and happiness they seek.  

"Have a Beautiful Day!"