STEPHANIE RENÈE PAYNE
Stephanie Renee Payne is a certified life coach, clinical hypnotherapist, writer, speaker, and educator. Her coaching and hypnotherapy practice focuses on facilitating a deep exploration into the self to cultivate self-love, and inner wisdom. Stephanie came to this work while engaged in the writing of a memoir, and found herself confronted with childhood trauma. This discovery led to a five-year trek studying myriad religious and spiritual practices that ultimately led Stephanie into the healing arts. Stephanie founded One Woman One Voice Project, a support network for women, and is the author of ESP: Extreme Self-Pampering for the Soul.
Stephanie holds a MFA in writing, has taught creative writing at The New School University in New York City, and academic writing at Temple University in Philadelphia, and is currently faculty in the Writing Program at the University of Southern California. Her short fiction and non-fiction work have appeared, or is forthcoming in Hunger Mountain, Shadowbox Literary Magazine, For Harriet, Woman2Woman Magazine, and the Huffington Post, among others. Her TEDx Talk, The Myth of Male Dominance, is a compassionate examination of gender and behavioral responses to oppressive cultural constructs with an invitation for healing for both men and women.
Stephanie lectures on:
Women in leadership
Creating Positive and Collaborative Workspaces
Divine masculine and feminine
The Writing Life
Stephanie is an interactive speaker who often has her attendees on their feet as they engage emotionally in the deep and probing topics Stephanie brings to the podium.
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Stephanie offers short courses on the following topics:
memoir writing, women empowerment, and leadership
Stephanie is the author of ESP: Extreme Self-Pampering for the Soul, part workbook, part inspirational guide to self-love through heeding one’s internal, divine voice, intuition.
"Inspiring workbook on fostering a more authentic, joyful life." - Kirkus Review