I Believe"Our past is not our potential. . . One by one, we can re-choose- to awaken. To leave the prison of our conditioning, to love, to turn homeward. To conspire with and for each other."
About Lynda Klau
About Dr. Lynda Klau
For over two decades, I have worked with individuals, couples, teams and organizations as an integrative psychotherapist, coach and holistic business strategist. A professional public speaker and published author, I conduct workshops and webinars nationally and internationally and appear on radio and television.
An expert in the development of human possibility, I address a full spectrum of issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, couples counseling, moving from low self-confidence to authenticity and courage, leadership, female empowerment, self-care, living your passion, being an inspiring communicator, and giving birth to a new world that works for everyone.
Currently I serve as VP and Membership Chair on the Board of GAINS: The Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology. I am also on the Advisory Board for The Krame Center for Contemplative Studies and Mindful Living. A former tenured Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ramapo College in New Jersey, I have served on the faculty of ASP's Spirituality and Psychotherapy Graduate Program. From 2009 to 2015, I hosted a monthly online seminar for professionals in the New York metropolitan area with Dr. Dan Siegel, one of the founders of Interpersonal Neurobiology. In 2014, I joined the faculty of Conception Events, where I teach artists the skills of public speaking and communication. In 2015, I became certified in the foundations of Conversational Leadership from David Whyte and team.
My practice is based in New York City, where I live. For more information, visit my website: www.drlyndaklau.com.
Lynda Klau Success Stories
Success in Going From a Good to Great Marriage
Couples seeking to reinvest in their marriage
We participated in couple coaching with you for 5 years. We had recently been married and my husband and I decided to use coaching as a guideline to our marriage to assist us in making our dreams come true. It was such a positive experience we coached with Lynda for many years.
—IT Consultant, New York
Success Finding Love
Women seeking a relationship
. . . And once I could be who I truly am, my life became a joyous adventure instead of a frightening journey. My relationships with my friends and family flourished and deepened, my income doubled, I found hobbies I could become passionate about, and I fell in love and married a wonderful man. No, my life is not perfect and the journey is not without its bumps. But I love living it, mostly because Lynda helped me to above all, Love myself.
—CEO, Marketing Company
Marketing Executive’s Success Rebuilding Her Life After 9/11
Women starting over
I am a 911 survivor. In working with you Lynda, both in coaching and psychotherapy, I not only put myself back together (after literally falling apart) but I discovered my deepest wisdom and a love of self I never really knew I had. My life, in all ways, has been changed forever both personally and professionally. Many personal transformations unfolded and I became the leader I always knew I was and could be at work. Now, I am on my way to making the professional changes needed to realize a truly inspired life where love, relationships, money and success all flow in abundance for me and others. I have no doubt that my life's direction and expression were profoundly altered as a result of my time with you. Even my somewhat skeptical husband (who has a M.D. and Ph.D.) came to hold you in high regard and recognized you are a masterful guide and a true asset for anyone looking to embark on the path of self-realization. Thank you.
—Fortune 100, Marketing Executive
Woman’s Success After Attending My Workshop
Women dealing with work related stress
The format and organization of the workshop was perfect. I was profoundly moved and experienced a deep sense of connection. Lynda you are a master; inspiring, supportive, a midwife of the soul. You are what you teach.
—Author, Clinical Psychologist