(PRWEB) July 21, 2011
Claire Power Murphy, author and Director of the Self-Rejuvenation Center, Inc. will be having an on-air discussion on July 22nd at 10 AM EST with our host Rob Michaels. Ashford Publishing speaks with executives, professionals and leaders of the industry in order to share their wealth of knowledge with others.
Claire Power Murphy established the Self-Rejuvenation Center with a mission "to offer hope to a lost and dying world." Claire guides her clients towards self-rejuvenation and restoration of body, mind and spirit by guiding them towards a life, “living within the laws of nature.”
Claire was prompted to pursue her professional endeavors as she and her children grappled with health issues from an early age. At one point in her own life, she was given three days to live. After adopting natural and holistic remedies, she went on to survive her ‘three days,’ and was inspired to write her award winning book, “Preserved to Serve.”
In it she discusses the plights of both her children, how she was able to improve their health and give them a better quality of life through the power of natural living. She tells the tale of how her low birth-weight daughter, who was confined to the hospital by the state due to showing signs of cerebral palsy, went on to graduate from LaGuardia Music, Art and Performing Arts High School with scholarships in Engineering and Physics. Claire credits her application of a holistic lifestyle to the measurable growth made year after year by her daughter.
Claire has a Bachelors’ degree in history with minors in elementary education and psychology and a Master’s degree in elementary education from Hunter College. From there, she earned a certification in advanced administration through Richmond College and went on to be an educator in the NYC public school system for 34 years. During this period, she developed a program entitled, "Expanding Horizons" which she shared with her advanced learner third grade class. Soon, the program was initiated by all third grade teachers on Staten Island and it was then shared at both the NYC Greater Metropolitan Social Studies Conference and The Middle Atlantic States Social Studies Conference. "Expanding Horizons" won a monetary grant from The American Cancer Society.
She is also affiliated with The American Federation of Teachers, The United Federation of Teachers (NYC), AARP and is a distinguished member of the Chairman's Circle of the Oxford Club and the Sovereign Society.
Please tune into http://www.ashfordradio.com on July 22nd at 10AM EST to hear Claire’s interview. If you would like to ask her any questions on air, please call (706) 542-4100 between 10AM and 10:30AM EST on July 22nd.