“Live life more authentically and successfully!”
Barbara A. Berg is passionate about helping people from all walks of life who seek healing from the past and want more love, balance, joy and success at home and in business. Barbara is an L.C.S.W. practicing grief counseling and debriefing for critical incidents at corporations and other entities. For over 25 years, she has worked in private practice at Haven Psychological Associates, conducting counseling and psychotherapy in Southern California. She specializes in helping clients with anxiety, PTSD, and adult relationships; and also helps her clients have “successful midlife crises,” and how to live life more authentically and successfully.
As a stress management consultant, Barbara offers down-to-earth, practical advice on what to do when life is driving you crazy. Barbara is a sought-after workshop presenter and speaker, known for her fun, engaging and interactive style. Barbara has been a keynote speaker at numerous events and conferences, and has conducted over 500 workshops and interviews.
Since 1993, Barbara’s focus and training has led her to conduct workplace stress management groups and individual meetings at corporate sites after critical incidents, complex events, and major transitions throughout Southern California.
She is the author of two books on the topic of stress management: “What to Do When Life is Driving You Crazy!” (Creative Options Publications, 1997), and “How to Escape the No-Win Trap,” (McGraw-Hill, 2004).
...both profound and entertaining... makes her a standout.
— Jan Fowler, President, Starburst Inspirations, Inc.
“Enlightening and fun!”
Your presentation was enlightening and fun. You know just how far to take a subject and when to bring the audience into the conversation. I can’t thank you enough for participating in our luncheon...
“...find clarity and harmony”
“Barbara's workshop goes beyond stress management and helps you find clarity and harmony in both personal and career. For me it came at a great time in my life – toward the end of the year – to be able to align the new year in harmony. Thanks to this, I have found more presence, moment-to-moment.”