Pamela Tinkham

Boca Raton, FL

Pamela Tinkham is the author of the best-selling self-help book, Healing Trauma from the Inside Out: Practices from the East and West, is an adjunct Professor at Fordham University, and is certified as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner at the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute (SE), where she studied under Dr. Peter A. Levine.

She was acknowledged in Book Two of The Intelligent Divorce by Mark R. Banschick, MD. and had written a
guest blog in Psychology Today entitled, Stress Busters…Yoga and Exercise.

Pamela was also published in Stamford Plus Magazine: Soulmates, The Psychological Relationship Between Us and Our Pets and How They Keep Us Sane, and published in Making Marriage a Success by Jaleh Donaldson.

She had a televised interview on Good Day New York about women’s bodies and women’s health in 1997 and this was her first but not last television interview.

She presented lectures on “Conquering Depression: Not a Way Out…a Way Through” and “Conquering Teen Depression: Navigating Around the Pressures of Social Media.”

Pamela was featured in “Best of Fairfield County” profile series in mental health, as a leading expert in her field.

She feels honored and privileged to serve her clients and is humbled to be covering for clergy at her synagogue when they are unable to run the Mincha Service.