Dr. Karin Luise is the co-author of The Fatherless Daughter Project: Understanding Our Losses and Reclaiming Our Lives (June, 2016; Avery Press: Penguin Random House). She is a sought after integrative therapist, inspirational speaker and spirituality expert.

Dr. Karin is a featured blogger for The Huffington Post as well as on her own site, www.DoctorKarin.com. She has been featured on a wide range of media discussing an array of psychological, spiritual and lifestyle issues, including Redbook, The Jenny McCarthy Show, Huffington Post Live, The Atlanta Journal & Constitution and FoxNews, ShareCare Radio, NBC, CNN.com, the Examiner, and many others.

Combining decades of work in the educational, spiritual, and clinical fields, along with a host of transformational life experiences, Dr. Karin works and teaches from a holistic perspective. She recognizes that the mind, body, emotions and soul work together to create the state of whole body health, or dis-ease, for each person.

Dr. Karin started her professional journey as an elementary and middle school teacher, earning her Early Childhood Education degree from Wesleyan College. Years later, after trying her hand in television, fundraising and PR, she followed her calling as a therapist and earned her doctorate in Counseling Education & Practice from Georgia State University, focusing on Adult Lifespan Transitions.

Dr. Karin has earned acclaim as an inspirational speaker and has given keynote messages at clinical, professional and private venues. She has received mentoring and teaching from leaders in her field, including Gabriel Bernstein, completing her Master Class Level I and II trainings.

As the co-author and co-founder of The Fatherless Daughter Project, she has not only found beautiful pieces of her own healing, but she is also committed to spreading that same resilience and restoration to women worldwide.

Karin joyfully resides in her Atlanta home with precocious 7 year old twins, West and Elise, miracle son, Hoyte (6) and rescue dog, Tucker. She finds her mojo doing yoga, being in nature and dancing on the couch to 80’s music.

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