Dr. Aileen McCabe-Maucher earned her doctorate in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania and is the author of the books, The Inner Peace Diet (Penguin, 2008) and Find Your Life Purpose Now: Recipes for Making Your Dreams Come True. She has over 20 years of counseling experience in diverse practice settings.
Dr. McCabe-Maucher also earned a master's degree from Widener University and holds bachelor's degrees from the University of Delaware and the West Chester University of Pennsylvania in nursing and social work, respectively. In addition to private practice counseling, Dr. Aileen has worked as a mental health professional/social worker for the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Salvation Army, as well in non-profit community mental health, child welfare/adoption, hospice and drug and alcohol treatment settings.
For the past 15 years, Aileen has worked as a college professor and she loves helping clients use the life experience and education that they already have to propel them directly toward the career and work they most desire. A life-long student of yoga, Dr. Aileen was first introduced to this ancient practice at the age of three by her paternal grandmother, yoga teacher Dolly McCabe. Dr. Aileen formally studied yoga at the Yoga Lifestyle Center in Paoli PA and Leela Mata’s Peaceful Valley Ashram. She has developed and conducted numerous training on yoga for self-care and stress reduction for health care professionals and is skilled at making yoga accessible both physically and financially for all populations. Dr. Aileen is the founder of Forgotten Families Finding Freedom, a non-profit startup that is dedicated to serving military veterans and their families who are impacted by service military-related disability and toxic exposure. Her life’s work is inspired by her father and hero, John V. McCabe, who died after a lifelong battle with five brain tumors, prostate cancer, heart disease and diabetes caused by exposure to Agent Orange during his service in the Vietnam War.
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