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Eileen Marder-Mirman – Spiritual Healing: From Hiddenness to Open-Hearted

Eileen Marder-Mirman – Spiritual Healing: From Hiddenness to Open-Hearted

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I thoroughly enjoyed meeting and learning from Eileen Marder-Mirman, a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor, spiritual healing teacher, and author. Please join us as we discuss:

  • the inspiration behind her book How I Think I Should Be is B***S***
  • her role a spiritual healing teacher
  • the importance of spiritual healing along the healing journey
  • and so much more!

Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on Pandora, iTunesBlubrrySpotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and more, or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also catch our insightful interview on YouTube.


Eileen Marder-Mirman’s passion is to help people be free. Throughout her entire life, having the normal experiences of grief, loss, and celebration, she has always stayed aligned with knowing she is part of a larger reality and is committed to help others feel guided, and on the path to healing and authenticity.

As a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a spiritual healing teacher for more than 45 years, Eileen specializes in integrating psychotherapy, spirituality, meditation, and various forms of alternative healing in her private practice. For the past 20 years, she has been a senior teacher and supervisor at A Society of Souls, The School for Nondual Healing and Awakening. 

Eileen has led numerous healing retreats in Europe and the United States and has practiced meditation for 50 years. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Master’s in Counseling in 1977 and continuously studies new psychological and healing modalities such as Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, Gestalt Therapy, PSYCH-K®, energy psychology, Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, and the therapeutic use of aromatherapy.

Eileen believes that it’s never too late to wake up to becoming the authentic person you were born to be. And most importantly, we don’t have to stay stuck in the patterns of our history!

Eileen lives in New York with her husband and two cats and makes sure that she sees her grandson every week. When she isn’t healing or teaching, she is knitting, exploring art and going to the theater in New York (again and again). You might also find her obsessing over new apartments or recovering from colds she gets from her grandson’s daycare. Her greatest joy in life is her family both near and far.

Free digital download of her book HOW I THINK I SHOULD BE IS B***S***: https://emardermirman.kartra.com/page/book?fbclid=IwAR2oAJx1P24Qqx0ztUhwSGD8kkuohpajrylgYBWvytHG2UM6koWWhX8o9v8#_wq74tfe3n

Eileen‘s website: https://www.eileenmardermirman.com




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Karen Zilberstein – Parents Under Pressure

Karen Zilberstein – Parents Under Pressure

Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on iTunes, Blubrry or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also watch our insightful interview on YouTube.

Thank you for listening in on this thought-provoking conversation with Karen Zilberstein, discussing her philosophies and work in the parenting arena. Thank you, Karen, for helping shine the light of hope into the lives of those who might be struggling in their parenting roles due to additional pressures and lack of resources.


“Karen Zilberstein, LICSW, is a practicing psychotherapist and Clinical Director of the Northampton, MA chapter of A Home Within, a national nonprofit that provides pro bono psychotherapy for individuals who have experienced foster care. She has co-authored a children’s book entitled Calming Stormy Feelings: A Child’s Introduction to Psychotherapy and published numerous journal articles on child therapy, parenting interventions, the treatment of foster and adopted children, and the clinical implications of attachment and complex trauma in children.  In her latest book, Parents Under Pressure: Struggling to Raise Children in an Unequal America (Levellers Press, March 2019), she provides a candid look at how parents contending with poverty, trauma, disability, or other constraints are expected to do so much with so little—and the price they and society pay.”


Find out more about Karen’s inspirational work at https://karenzilberstein.info/.

Peace to you all!

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