Thérèse Ayla Kravetz is a writer, teacher, and speaker. After years as an actor and voice coach, she taught English at a community college in Virginia. She discovered how to "re-wire" her anxious brain and to help her students do the same by using voice, movement, breathing, and drama. She noticed these tools accelerated learning as students bypassed anxiety to be creative and confident in the present moment. Her books, her blog, and her teaching show others how to transform the fight or flight response and tune into their authentic voice and creativity. She won a sabbatical to pursue her work in this field.
Thérèse holds a Master's degree in Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and a Bachelors degree in German from Georgetown University.
A teacher finds her own voice and creativity when she explores untraditional teaching methods to transform her anxiety and help her students break through their doubts and fears. 5 Star Reviews from Readers' Favorites.
The author shares tips and stories for a more resonant, authentic voice in this 35-page booklet. She used these exercises as a voice coach for actors and clients with public speaking anxiety. The exercises are simple but can transform the voice quickly. The exercises are based on the latest brain research. For more information, see thereseaylakravetz.com