Thea Alexander is a counseling psychologist and best selling author. Her books, 2150 AD Macro Philosophy, The Macro Study Series, and her stories in The Chicken Soup for the Soul books, have changed millions of lives.
She has counseled, lectured internationally, authored two daily newspaper columns, and hosted a television interview series. Educated as a counselor, her academic achievements earned her membership in the honorary society, Phi Beta Kappa. She invented a new, succinct (two to six hours) technique of assisting people toward achieving their potential, called Personal Evolution Tutoring.
Her Macro Study Series addresses topics such as the nature of time, prophecy, twin souls, soul mates, parallel lives, applied Macro Philosophy, dream interpretation, and how to do Personal Evolution Tutoring.
Thea Alexander is honored in the 1996 50th Anniversary edition of Marquis Who’s Who for her work toward a better world. She is featured in a number of books that describe the lives of people who have made exceptional contributions to the well being of their fellow man, such as The Aladdin Factor, and Finding the Great Creative You.
Full credit classes have been presented on her books at many prestigious schools, both in the United States and abroad, including the University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of California at Berkeley, and University of Texas, to name just a few.
Thea Alexander’s proudest accomplishment is that she raised two fine children – Bonnie Ember Plym, R.N., who died Christmas Eve, 1997, and Donald Larkin Alexander. Her greatest joy is spending time with her son and her two grandchildren, Melody and Nathan Alexander.