Keith Ablow is a graduate of Brown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
He practiced psychiatry for over 25 years before developing his own groundbreaking life coaching, mentoring and spiritual counseling program, Pain-2-Power. Expanding on the Pain-2 Power pathway, Keith offers creative coaching for writers, artists, inventors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. He has helped thousands of adults and adolescents across the United States, in Europe and in Asia, including CEOs, elected officials, professional athletes and world-renown artists to:
- Overcome problems with anxiety, mood, self-esteem, concentration or communication
- Define and embrace core talents
- Survive (and actually thrive) during crises
- Achieve heartfelt goals, no matter how ambitious
Keith’s 16 books have sold millions of copies and been translated into eight languages.
He co-authored the New York Times bestselling self-help book The 7 Wonders, as well as authoring Living the Truth: Transform Your Life Through the Power of Insight and Honesty.
He is a sought-after speaker and has appeared over 1,000 times on The Today Show, Oprah, Good Morning America, the Fox News Channel, CBS This Morning, Inside Edition and many other national television programs. His writings have been published by USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, the New York Post, Good Housekeeping, Discover and Newsweek.
Fear is a Universal Problem
In this episode, Dr. Ablow addresses many of the issues that he sees in his practice including common threads impacting most people. He talks about Pain-2-Power and the fact that fear is a universal problem experienced by everyone. He eloquently discusses the challenge of dealing with negative issues in our past in this weighty episode.
Keith talks about the importance of truth and the fact that every person has to come to grips with the truth. He explains our God given need to experience life realistically. He asks the powerful question, “when you talk, is it actually you speaking?” Dr. Ablow’s wisdom and discernment are clearly communicated in this conversation as he describes a bit of a “sixth sense” that allows him to get to root causes in his clients.
Take a Long View of Life Instead of a Short View
Keith provides input for students and parents of students. He describes the need to take a long view of life as opposed to a short-term view. He carefully describes the challenges associated with gender dysphoria and related issues. He tells several powerful stories, based on his experience as a professional and as a parent, to illustrate the truth of this important topic.
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