Since 1987, I’ve given consultations with my colleagues to men of all ages. And I take part in seminars at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation on the everyday, urgent questions of men: Indecisiveness in Men—What Is the Cause?; What’s Missing When Husbands Talk to Wives?; and What Makes a Man’s Life Large or Small?
I’m proud to be a cast member in the esteemed Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company, which presents talks given by Eli Siegel on world drama. Included in our repertoire are presentations of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Othello and A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Moliere’s School for Wives, Sheridan’s School for Scandal and Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.
I am a public speaker on issues that concern women, including eating disorders. I’ve given talks at Columbia University, Princeton University, for high school and junior high students and others. You can see video highlights from a talk I gave in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
Through my study of Aesthetic Realism, ten years of anorexia and bulimia ended in my life, and I’ve been a healthy, happy woman ever since. Originally from Massapequa, N.Y., I began my study of this education in consultations at the nonprofit Aesthetic Realism Foundation in NYC.
I studied art at Parsons School of Design in New York and at Rocky Mountain College in Montana. Other topics I’ve spoken about in public seminars include: “Our Greatest Need: What Is It?”; “What’s More Important: To Appreciate Rightly or Be Praised?”; and “Why Are Women Disappointed, and Do We Ever Want to Be?”
We are proud to study in professional classes for Aesthetic Realism consultants and associates, taught by Ellen Reiss, the Chairman of Education.