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Lucy Daniels

Lucy Daniels is a writer and clinical psychologist who uses the lessons learned in her personal victory over anorexia nervosa and writer’s block to assist others. Her novels include the best-seller and Guggenheim fellowship winner, Caleb My Son (1956), High on a Hill (1961), and Eyes of the Father (2005). A memoir, With a Woman’s Voice: A Writer’s Struggle for Emotional Freedom (2002) and Dreaming Your Way to Creative Freedom (2005) chronicle her empowerment. Walking with Moonshine is Dr. Daniels’ latest book, a book of stories written across her life. Other short stories appear in various publications including Pembroke Magazine, Westview, and North Carolina Literary Review. Dr. Daniels is the founder of the Lucy Daniels Foundation (LDF) and the Lucy Daniels Center for Early Childhood located in Cary, North Carolina. In addition to her private practice, for the last twenty years she has conducted for the LDF a seminar entitled “Our Problems as the Roots of Our Power” for individuals in pursuit of creative freedom. Dr. Daniels has four children and eight grandchildren.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. Dachshunds
  2. Writing
  3. Knitting
  4. Family
  5. Clinical work
  6. Books
  7. Country music
  8. Friends
  9. Exercise
  10. Salad

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