Ginnie Love, PhD is a renowned author, award-winning poet, activist, holism psychotherapist, expert relationship and communications consultant, mastery life teacher (coach) and an eminent authority on creative mentorship having presented internationally on the benefits of expressive arts therapy in treatment of physical, mental and spiritual issues. She is a sought after expert in her field having been featured on the TODAY Show, Huffington Post, Everyday Health (the home of CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta), Lenny Letter (founded by creator, writer and star of HBO series Girls, actress Lena Dunham), Chicago Tribune’s “Social Graces”, and national magazines including Prevention, Glamour, Women’s Health, Fitness, Travel + Leisure, Men’s Health, Reader’s Digest and more.
Personally invited by Arianna Huffington in 2012, she served The Huffington Post as an expert contributor. Her writings have been published by Fitness Magazine, West Orlando News and more. Love is currently working on the completion of two books, Black Through Blue Eyes: A Memoir & A Movement and a book on Love still searching its title. She lives in the subtropics of Florida with her husband.
Awards and Recognition
- POETRY Editor's Choice Award, Published in International Library of Poetry anthology
Press and Media Mentions
- Expert commentary on a study done by Oxford psychologist Robin Dunbar that was published in The Royal Society Open Science in January which revealed that despite having an average of 150 Facebook friends, we can really only rely on four in an "emotional crisis." Article entitled , Social media study reveals you can only count on 4 of your 150 Facebook friends