Our writers are domain specialists, health and fitness experts, wellness professionals, spiritual thought leaders—many are pioneers in their own right.
Here is a list of the writers who have contributed one or more articles to Complete Wellbeing over the past several years. Click on the name to read more about them.
Ridhima Kalra is a freelance travel writer and also writes on social issues.
Sasha Stephens is an ex-insomniac and author of three books to empower you to sleep better and overcome chronic insomnia. Here books are The Effortless Sleep Method, The Effortless Sleep Companion and Bedtime Stories for Insomniacs.
Amrita Gandhi’s encounters with princely India, have given her more tales than she can possibly ever recount. She has written and presented the TV show Royal Reservation and is the author of Live Like a Maharaja.
Vanessa Anstee coaches women to live their courageous life now, gently and with a kick. She’s an executive and personal life coach with a passion and commitment to living fully.
Anu Bhambhani is a freelance writer and editor based in Mumbai. Having worked with leading publications, she now works from home to be able to take care of her little girl. She has written extensively on environment and management among other things.
Gayle Greene is professor of English at Scripps College. She’s published a biography of radiation epidemiologist Dr Alice Stewart, The Woman Who Knew Too Much, and is at work on a memoir. Her book Insomniac was Amazon’s No. 1 pick of March, 2008 and was short listed for the Gregory Bateson Prize in Cultural Anthropology.
Marilyn Gordon is a teacher, author, speaker, healer, hypnotherapist and personal and spiritual development school founder. She enjoys helping people reach higher levels of their lives and helps them to create extraordinary transformation.
Supradeep Mukherjee has an MBA and an Hons Degree in Political Science. He writes on parenting, wellness, spirituality, and consults with a number of corporate organisations, publications and academic institutions.
Ronesh Sinha is the author of The South Asian Health Solution. He is a former TEDx speaker and winner of the 2013 Silicon Valley Healthcare Hero award for his groundbreaking work with South Asians at large corporations. He blogs at southasianhealthsolution.org
Robert Taibbi is the author of 5 books including Boot Camp Therapy, Doing Family Therapy and Doing Couple Therapy. He provides trainings in couple and family therapy internationally.
Debbie Roes is a personal development writer, coach, and speaker. She blogs at RecoveringShopaholic.com and is the author of “UnShopping: Recovery Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic.”
Barbara Biziou is a global wisdom keeper and an agent of transformation who integrates her knowledge of practical spirituality, global rituals, psychology and neuroscience in ways that make life richer and more meaningful.
Samantha Haywood is manager of the Shiatsu Society (UK).
Andrew Parfitt is Director of the Shiatsu Society. He is a qualified acupuncturist, massage therapist and Thermo-Auricular therapist.
Lea Tran is a horticultural therapist and integrative natural healer. She helps people benefit from the healing power of plants. Her articles on how to connect with nature for wellbeing can be found in her website.
Sharat Kolke [MD, DNB, MNAMS] is a Consultant General Physician at Kohinoor Hospital.
Azim Jamal is the founder of Corporate Sufi Worldwide, a company dedicated to inspiring leaders to achieve material success, blended with a deep sense of purpose, passion and happiness. Azim is the author of several highly-acclaimed books and has conducted high-level coaching assignments with billion-dollar corporations. His inspiring message has been heard live by over 1,000,000 people in 30 countries.
Karl Staib is a career strategist and speaker who helps people unlock their career happiness. If you enjoyed this article, check out his Unlock Your Passions e-course.
Dr Namita Pandey is a visiting Breast-Onco Surgeon at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital. She conducts regular awareness camps to spread knowledge about breast cancer and the ways to control it.
Shehrebanu is a mother to three daughters and has more than15 years of experience in child psychology. She believes that a healthy parent-child relationship is a vital tool that can enable a child to flourish.
Elaine Dundon, MBA, is the cofounder of the Global Meaning Institute. She is passionate about helping people find meaning in their personal and work lives, as well as helping organizations create meaning-centered workplaces to deliver products and services that truly make a meaningful difference. She began her career in brand management at Procter & Gamble. A thought leader in the field of personal and organizational innovation, she authored the best-selling book The Seeds of Innovation and created the groundbreaking course on innovation management at the University of Toronto. Her work evolved to the "human side of innovation," incorporating meaning, leadership, philosophy, and metaphysics to help people and organizations reach their full potential.
Dr Alex Pattakos, PhD, is cofounder of the Global Meaning Institute with offices in the United States, Canada, and Greece. His unique background includes being a mental health administrator, professor of public and business administration, consultant with the White House, and advisor to the commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration. He is also the coauthor with Elaine Dundon of The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work. As a leader of the Meaning Movement, he is focused on helping others find meaning in life, work, and society.
John Izzo, PhD is a business leadership expert and community leader. He advises some of the top companies and has spoken to more than one million people across the globe. He is the author of six books. His most recent book Stepping Up, shows the power of personal responsibility in life, work and society.
Genevieve Martins has taught for more than 20 years at St. Joseph’s Convent, Bandra. She has also trained students for Trinity College, Speech and Drama examinations. She is very active in her parish and being a ‘people’ person, she is excited to take on challenges and live life to the fullest.
Tom Rath is considered one of the most influential authors of the last decade. His books have focussed on the role of human behaviour in health, business and economics. He has written several bestsellers, including How Full Is Your Bucket?,StrengthsFinder 2.0, Strengths Based Leadership and Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements.
Samuel “Gentoku” McCree is a personal trainer, habit coach, and Mindful Fitness thought leader. He trained for over two years at a Zen monastery and shares his knowledge about the power of mindfulness and movement at blog.mindfitmove.com
Cheryl Richardson is a certified coach and author of several best-selling books including You Can Create an Exceptional Life.
Martin Brofman was a healer and teacher for more than 30 years. He was recognised world-wide as the founder of The Brofman Foundation for the Advancement of Healing, the Body Mind Mirror System and The Vision workshops.
Aditi Bose is a mother and a freelance writer. She writes on parenting and relationships. She has over six years of experience in research and recruitment.
Linda Graham, MFT, is a psychotherapist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the author of Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being, winner of the 2013 Books for a Better Life award and the 2014 Better Books for a Better World award.
Dr Roshani Sanghani is a Consultant Endocrinologist at Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai. She also runs an ‘Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating’ workshops.
Nancy O’Hara is a meditation coach and author of six spiritual non-fiction books and two Zen mystery novels. She and her husband, Michael Levine, founded Imperfect Partners: Making it Work.
Genevieve Parker Hill is an author and coach who helps people live lives of simplicity, creativity and purpose. Her latest book, Minimalist Living: Decluttering for Joy, Health and Creativity, is available on amazon. To know more, visit www.packinglust.com
Sheela Preuitt juggles the hats of writer, cuisinière, applications developer, childhood literacy advocate, and crazy-craftswoman. She shares her culinary expeditions at her blog.
Pauline McKinnon is as a family therapist and teaches Stillness Meditation Therapy. She is author of In Stillness Conquer Fear and Living Calm in a Busy World. She is also current President of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association.
Savannah Hemmings is a personal shopper and personal finance consultant. She blogs at http://sincerelysavannah.com about the delightful things she comes across each day.
Patricia Lorenz is the author of 13 books and one of the top contributing writers to the Chicken Soup for the Soul books with stories in 60 of them. She’s had over 400 articles published in numerous magazines and newspapers and is a professional speaker for numerous organisations. Patricia lives in Florida, USA.
Sarah Williams is committed to helping others heal themselves through nutrition and the mind. Her mission is to empower people to believe in themselves so they can accomplish their dreams and make a difference in the world. To read more articles by Sarah Williams visit http://get-a-wingman.com/
Lakshmi Arvind is a blogger, photographer, and a mother of two. Her interest in Indian interiors was fueled by her ancestral home and her exposure to the arts and culture of Kerala. Visit her blog “Celebrations Décor” and she can be contacted at email@example.com
Ernest Dempsey loves talking to strangers. He writes because he enjoys helping and entertaining people. He is author of the Sean Wyatt series. Contact him at ernestdempsey.net