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Dr. Audrey Sherman is a licensed Psychologist, Coach, and author of the popular book, Dysfunction Interrupted-How to Quickly Overcome Depression, Anxiety and Anger Starting Now. She is an expert in helping others to overcome emotional baggage stemming from a dysfunctional family, past relationships or dysfunctional thinking patterns, allowing them to transform their lives into one of their own design and choosing.
Dr. Sherman earned degrees from Clemson University and The University of Georgia, and completed her doctoral internship through Wayne State University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences in Detroit, MI.
She has served as director of a residential unit for adolescents at a private psychiatric hospital in South Carolina, taught as an associate professor through Clemson University and practiced in a multi-disciplinary clinic before building two private practices of her own. She is also Founder and CEO of PsychSkills Consulting Group, providing assessments, coaching and consulting services to corporations worldwide.
In addition to supporting many local charities, Dr. Sherman co-chaired the annual Storybook Ball fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House of Southwest Florida for many years. She loves to travel and has been to more than 20 countries.
Fun Facts about Dr. Sherman
The best memory of my world travels: A sunrise balloon ride over the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya where I could see the wildlife from the air for miles. It was followed by a champagne breakfast on the plain when we landed.
I have more than 200 cookbooks of all types of foods and try to never cook the same thing twice unless it’s really great. My favorite food is Indian.
In Scotland, where I play golf (but not very well), the caddies draw straws behind my back to see who gets me.
I’ve named pets after central characters in books by my favorite authors: Amos Wingo, a lab chow mix, from The Prince of Tides by the late Pat Conroy, and Egg, a cat, from John Irving’s The Hotel New Hampshire.