About Dr. Terry Segal, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
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Dr. Terry Segal, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.


Terry Segal graduated Summa cum laude with her Ph.D. in Energy Medicine from Greenwich University, Australia, while attending a sister University in the United States.

She has a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Psychology from California State University at Northridge, as well as a Master of Arts Degree in Theatre from the University of Miami, in Florida.


Dr. Segal is the author of the contemporary women’s fiction novel, Hidden Corners of My Heart, for which she had been nominated for the Georgia Author of the Year Award.

She also wrote the self-help book, The Enchanted Journey: Finding the Key That Unlocks You, and the accompanying workshop. The author’s poetry and prose have been published in an anthology titled: The Treasure Trove: A Collection of Prose & Poetry. Her works are also included in another anthology titled: North Point of View: Tales of Alpharetta and Beyond. Dr. Segal created the covers for these four books.

Her work was additionally selected for inclusion in two volumes of O, Georgia! A Collection of Georgia’s Newest and Most Promising Writers. Four of Terry’s plays were performed at the Atlanta One-Minute Play Festival.

Dr. Segal has been a contributing editor for various parenting, health and beauty publications and currently writes a monthly column, New Moon Meditations, in The Atlanta Jewish Times, a weekly Enchanted Newsletter, as well as an Enchanted Blog.



Dr. Segal has been a licensed psychotherapist for more than 30 years.
She helps clients recognize their blocks, visualize their lives as they desire them to be, take action to change stagnant patterns, and move in the direction of their dreams.


Terry Segal is a mixed-media artist whose brightly colored, whimsical depictions of the comforts of home feature houses, teacups, cakes, as well as castles, and the Goddesses who dwell in them. Her Judaic art honors the Shekinah, Divine Feminine.

Terry says: “If your emotions are touched by a piece of art, buy it. You will continue to experience that connection each time you look at it or pass by it. Especially during stressful times, we need art to lift our spirits and make our hearts sing.”



Whether at the World Congress center for 350 preschool teachers, hospitals, businesses, or for continuing education, Dr. Segal has presented workshops on stress reduction, meditation, journaling, humor, and a variety of topics.