The Mindfull Vegan

Interview with Rebecca Alexander: Disability Rights Activist, Psychotherapist and Fitness Instructor

September 13, 2020 Nicole D'Angelo
The Mindfull Vegan
Interview with Rebecca Alexander: Disability Rights Activist, Psychotherapist and Fitness Instructor
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Interview with Rebecca Alexander: Disability Rights Activist, Psychotherapist and Fitness Instructor
Sep 13, 2020
Nicole D'Angelo

In this episode I talk to my friend Rebecca Alexander, a disability rights activist, Usher Syndrome spokesperson, psychotherapist, fitness instructor and author living in New York City. Rebecca was born with Usher Syndrome III, a progressive disease effecting hearing and sight. Rebecca is a speaker for Usher Syndrome, speaks at conferences and to medical professionals. She wrote a memoir about her life called Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found. She is also a licensed clinical social worker.
To learn more about Rebecca: https://www.rebalexander.com/
To purchase Rebecca's book: https://www.rebalexander.com/contact-2

Support the show (https://paypal.me/themindfullvegan)

Show Notes

In this episode I talk to my friend Rebecca Alexander, a disability rights activist, Usher Syndrome spokesperson, psychotherapist, fitness instructor and author living in New York City. Rebecca was born with Usher Syndrome III, a progressive disease effecting hearing and sight. Rebecca is a speaker for Usher Syndrome, speaks at conferences and to medical professionals. She wrote a memoir about her life called Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found. She is also a licensed clinical social worker.
To learn more about Rebecca: https://www.rebalexander.com/
To purchase Rebecca's book: https://www.rebalexander.com/contact-2

Support the show (https://paypal.me/themindfullvegan)