Clinical Psychologist; Author, 'Breathe: 14 days to Oxygenating, Recharging, and Fueling Your Body & Brain'; Advisory Board Member, The Hope & Grace Initiative
Belisa Vranich, PsyD, is a renowned clinical psychologist, author and public speaker. She is a regular guest on Good Morning America, Today Show, CNN, Fox News, Inside Edition and VH1. She is the author of five books, the most recent being Breathe: 14 days to oxygenating, recharging, and fueling your body & brain.
Dr. Vranich is on the Shape Magazine advisory board. She was previously the health and sex editor at Men's Fitness magazine. Dr. Vranich has been widely published in outlets such as Jane, Latina, and America Online. She has also been interviewed as an expert in hundreds of publications, including The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Spin, AARP, Seventeen, Good Housekeeping, and Parenting.
Dr. Vranich is an author and public speaker in the area of health and mental health. She has a decade of experience in developing educational campaigns, presenting, and lecturing nationwide, including at The National Mental Health Association, Planned Parenthood, and The NYC Board of Education, and teaching at New York University. She has served as an advisor for the Fitness Institute for Gold's Gym. She is currently the Wellness Coach at boutique gym Willspace in the West Village in Manhattan, NYC.
Fifteen years experience in private practice helped Dr. Vranich become a leading expert in topics from health and fitness, stress reduction, nutrition, sex and relationships, trauma and addiction. She also specializes in psychodiagnostic testing and has experience giving IQ tests, neuropsychological tests, and personality assessments. Previously, Dr. Vranich was the Director of Public Education at the Mental Health Association of NYC and a consultant at the National Mental Health Association in Washington, DC. She has worked as the director of an outpatient clinic at Jacobi Hospital Center, as a school psychologist in the South Bronx, and with parolees and their families as part of the Brooklyn Aids Task Force.
Dr. Vranich completed her doctorate degree in Psychology from New York University and completed a residency at Bellevue Hospital with specialization in neuropsychology, psychiatric consultation and liaison and bilingual treatment.
She is an outspoken advocate for women's health issues, volunteerism and mentorship. She also works with several animal rescue organizations in New York.
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