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Hi, I’m Paul Singh.
If you don’t know me yet, then you should know this first: I love to laugh. They say laughter is the best medicine for the soul. If you ever spend time with my five children and me, you won’t need Prozac anymore---100%!!!
Twelve years ago, I was diagnosed with a grade-four cancerous prostate tumor. The doctors gave me 6-12 months to live. Through intense suffering, I met and experienced a very kind, powerful, and loving God who healed me in spirit, soul, and body. Today, my health is revived and I am living in immense gratitude, joy, and strength! Look for my “modern day miracle” story that is coming out in my new book, "Unrestrained HOPE".
I am a PTSD-trauma addiction licensed psychologist and an international executive life coach for Holistic Life Change International. My clinical specialty is performing three to five day private outpatient healing trauma programs with one client and their core tribe.
As the attending staff psychologist, I confidentially meet with the client and their hand-picked tribe for eight hours a day of private therapy. This counseling intensive is a spiritual and emotional surgery that brings the client's spirit and soul back into alignment with new holistic mental health and sustainable hope. If you heal your core trauma, you will disrupt your addiction.
I have lectured at the former “Meet the Expert” series at all the national Mayo Clinics and also for the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, CA. At both facilities, I have illustratively lectured on my pioneering work in holistic healthcare, alternative mental health care, holistic healing options and alternative resources. I have also taught counseling as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University-Saint Paul.
Just recently, I was invited to Paris as an international expert on addictions and addiction therapy. I lectured on the topic of neuropsychology and brain plasticity to international psychiatrists, neuropsychologists and medical doctors. The focus was on healing trauma on a cellular level in the brain to disrupt addictions in the soul and body. I also integrated “spiritual therapy” and “forgiveness therapy” in my neuropsychology lecture. The lecture was received well by the secular international community.
I really enjoy good humor, freshly-ground European coffee, great wine, international restaurants, warm walnut chocolate chip cookies, and hanging out with my five children and a few true friends. I use to live in an ocean beach flat on the strand by the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, California. I was so grateful to be able to wake up to "blue space" every morning. Beach living at the ocean was my therapy! Sunrises and sunsets at the ocean allowed me to gaze into the greatness, kindness, and power of the God of the universe.
I have currently moved back to Minneapolis, Minnesota. I also still work in my Beverly Hills, California practice one week per month.
In Kind Strength,