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Darcy received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in Somatic Education which addresses the mind-body connection. She has been a speaker and trainer for over twenty-five years in the areas of stress-relief, raising resiliency, creating positive changes, and the imperative nature of self-care in order to shift habitual baselines. Because of her experience, expertise and contagious enthusiasm, she has been sought after and respected in government agencies, universities, women’s groups, emergency operations units, healthcare systems, corporate settings, and wellness communities.

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  • Keynote Speaker Client Mayo Clinic
  • Keynote Speaker Client Women's Health Initiative
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Stress-Relief & Inspiration Blog

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The Real News

By Dr. Darcy Lord - Tuesday, August 06, 2019

I rarely watch the news. I particularly avoid it anywhere near bedtime. Dr. Wayne Dyer used to say that whatever is in our consciousness right before we go to bed “marinates” there all night long. When I think of a typical news broadcast it’s not what I want to marinate my thoughts, feelings and consciousness in all night long. I have found something interesting about the news, however. It’s “News” because it’s newsworthy, right?  


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Difficult Situations

By Dr. Darcy Lord - Tuesday, July 23, 2019



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Why Are You Doing What You’re Doing?

By Dr. Darcy Lord - Tuesday, July 09, 2019

I love when I take a vacation week. I stop a lot of my “busyness” and I trade it for extra naps, walking, writing, dancing and meditating. Awesome! I remember a particular vacation when a cool thing happened; I felt like I found myself again. Interesting, since I had not even realized I was missing. Does that ever happen to you? Do you ever feel like you are going day by day making it through all the routines of work or home on auto-pilot, and all of a sudden you notice you are hardly even there?