Daphne Rose Kingma: Author

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Daphne Rose Kingma is an undisputed expert on matters of the heart. She is the author of ten  books on love and relationships. Her books include: The Future of Love: The Power of Soul in Intimate Relationships ; True Love ; Finding True Love ; The Men We Never Knew, and the classic on the psychological journey of ending a relationship, Coming Apart .

Dubbed “The Love Doctor” by the San Fancisco Chronicle, she has been a six-time guest on Oprah. Her work has been featured on hundreds of radio programs, as well as in newspapers and magazines throughout the country including the L.A. Times, L.A.Herald Examiner, L.A.Weekly, Dallas Morning News, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as well as Mademoiselle, New Woman and Self, to name but  a few.  A charismatic speaker, Daphne has presented keynotes and seminars to audiences throughout the United States and Europe, conducted workshops for the Esalen and Omega Institutes as well as for numerous corporations and private organizations.

Daphne is also a highly esteemed emotional healer. For more than twenty years, she has offered private consultation to clients in Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara, California, as well as by phone to people all over the U.S. and in Europe, providing insight, transformation and healing of the heart. Her remarkable gift for sorting out the emotional issues in any life situtation, whether in complex corporate environments or the most intimate relationship has earned her the affectionate title “the Einstein of Emotions.”

Highly respected and enthusiastically endorsed by John Gray , Marianne Williamson , Neale Donald Walsh , and Robert Bly , her books have sold over a million copies and been translated into fifteen languages.