Whether writing in the genre of non-fiction, contemporary women’s fiction, poetry, or her weekly Enchanted Blog, Dr. Segal uses the power of words to connect you to the freedom at the core of your delightful, spirited, limitless self that believes all things are possible.
Dr. Segal has been in clinical practice for nearly thirty years, in both Georgia and California. She is a licensed psychotherapist and CA Board Certified Hypnotherapist. She also has extensive experience in the field of Past Life Regression Hypnotherapy.
Enchanted Journey Workshops are more like Playshops, where Dr. Segal leads you through experiential exercises designed to banish stress, do battle with Critical Dragons and recapture a lost sense of wonder, using each of the Ten Enchanted Keys.
Dr. Terry Segal is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with a Ph.D. in Energy Medicine.
She is the author of The Enchanted Journey: Finding the Key That Unlocks You, a self-help book that guides you in developing an individualized plan to reduce stress and anxiety while creating daily opportunities for enchantment; a sensory-rich experience of life.
“Most relaxing and physically and emotionally beneficial workshop I’ve ever been to.”
“I loved the opportunity to move, experience meditation, yoga stretches, mindfulness concepts---the joy in which the presenter took us on the journey. Thank you for your joyful, humorous, loving spirit.”
"Terry, congratulations on the fine work you are doing. A huge benefit to our profession!"
“This Enchanted Journey is just that. Fun-spiritual refreshment. Most valuable was the new awareness that even simple tasks can be ‘enchanted’ by multi-sensory approaches.
"Loved the experiential activities."
"Liked Dr. Segal's calm energy and deep compassion!"
"It was all applicable to self and clients—great information presented well. I wasn’t sure what to expect but the presentation was amazing and Dr. Segal’s personal energy and spirit were incredible!”
“Thank you for bringing me back to present appreciation of being in the moment. It was fun. I felt as though I was touched on a personal level as well as professional.”