Caryn Gottlieb FitzGerald has been writing since childhood. She holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice and a certificate in Women’s Studies from Florida Atlantic University in addition to a Masters degree in Professional Studies in Human Relations from NY Institute of Technology. Caryn is a former LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) and has worked within the criminal justice system with medium security inmates as well as in the community sector and with survivors of domestic violence.
Caryn got her first taste of network marketing in 1990 and through the use of creative online marketing, social networking and marketing, Caryn created a new life and walked away from corporate America in 2003, never looking back.
Today, she is a life coach and sought after motivational speaker who shares her story of surviving and thriving after living with eating disorders, abusive relationships and being trapped within the corporate world.
Her writing style varies as Caryn finds herself comfortable in writing both fiction and non-fiction genres. Caryn has been published in several arenas including psychological journals, newspapers, blogs, compilations, fiction and self-help books.
Caryn resides in a small town south of Fort Worth, Texas with her family. She enjoys spending time outdoors and is actively involved with her daughter's school and in the local community.
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