- Choosing To Live A Balanced, Happy Life
- Managing Change by Changing Your Tune
- A Seat At the Buffet
- Add Life to Your Balance Sheet
- It’s Your Life Choose Well
- A Merry Heart is Good Medicine
- Humor at Work
- Humor for the Health Of It
- Humor Hope and Healing
- Ladies Life and Laughter
- Lightening Life’s Load with Laughter
- Sandwich Generation
Balanced Living | Healthcare | Humor
Kathleen Passanisi, PT, CSP, CPAE has enhanced the way slightly fewer than a bazillion people laugh, live, and work—with cutting edge content, style, and clean hilarity.
Recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award in therapeutic humor, Hall of Fame speaker, humorist, health professional, and author, Ms. Passanisi guarantees successful meetings with lasting effects.
The Fortune 100, major medical centers, leading universities, seriously ill people, overly serious people, all kinds of associations, and tons of women’s groups invite her back time and again to address issues in life balance, stress management, coping with change, and the therapeutic value of humor.
Ms. Passanisi is the author of It’s Your Life—Choose Well, contributing author to HUMOR ME—America’s Funniest Humorists on the Power of Laughter, co-author of SPARK Anthology. Her latest venture is Happiness Advocates—Co-founded with daughter, Annie.
Self-proclaimed poster woman for the “sandwich generation,” Kathleen Passanisi is the funniest woman in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri and possibly the Western Hemisphere.
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