Nancy Colier

Nancy Colier

Psychotherapist, Author, Interfaith Minister & Thought Leader

Psychotherapist, Interfaith Minister, Author, Public Speaker, and Mindfulness Teacher.

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Nancy Colier

A longtime student of Eastern spirituality, mindfulness practices form the ground of her work. She is the author The Emotionally Exhausted Woman: Why You’re Feeling Depleted and How to Get What You Need (New Harbinger, 2022), Can’t Stop Thinking (New Harbinger, 2021), The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World (Sounds True, 2016), Inviting a Monkey to Tea: Befriending Your Mind and Discovering Lasting Contentment, and Getting Out of Your Own Way: Unlocking Your True Performance Potential (Luminous Press). Nancy is a national speaker on wellbeing, mindfulness and technology, and has been featured on Good Morning America, The New York Times and countless other media. She is also a regular blogger for Psychology Today and Huffington Post. In addition, Nancy spent 25 years as a top-ranked equestrian on the national horse show circuit and serves as a performance consultant to professional athletes and artists. She is available for psychotherapy, public speaking, workshops, mindfulness training, and spiritual counseling.

Latest Book

The Emotionally Exhausted Woman:
Why You’re Feeling Depleted and How to Get What You Need

Are you feeling emotionally exhausted? Do you worry about being likable (at all cost)? Are you trying to do it all and be it all—all the time? This radically different self-care guide will help you find the courage needed to express your deepest needs, nurture self-awareness, and be yourself in a world that expects you to be everything to everyone.