Mar 14, 2019
In the 1980s after 3 very violent attacks, Chana Studley suffered severe PTSD experiencing years of debilitating anxiety and stress. But then, "It was like my brain just blew a fuse and everything went quiet." Following this remarkable transformation, she trained to be a counsellor and has spent the last 30 years helping others recover from trauma, addictions, and mental illness. Chana has worked with all kinds of clients, adults, and children who want a deeper understanding of their own experience. Alongside her counselling career, Chana worked in Hollywood for 20 years creating special effects in major movies and gained an Academy Award as part of the team for the movie Babe. In the last few years, she has become a certified Life Coach, a World Health Organisation Psychological First Responder and a Three Principles Practitioner. She is the co-founder of Three Principles Jerusalem and regularly speaks at conferences, universities and community events. Chana has recently turned all these experiences into a novel called The Myth of Low Self-Esteem and is currently working on her second novel about ADHD, Depression and drug company corruption.