Lynda Klau


Lynda Klau, PhD

Even as a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York, I knew I longed for something that escaped my knowing. One day, when I was 28 years old, I found what I was looking for, spontaneously, and it was life-changing. I had walked into my Unconditional, Unconditioned Self. I called it my Essence and Transformation, the place that didn’t need to be learned. I knew at once I had transcended my rational mind and my limited—and limiting—conditioned self.  My spiritual Self came alive and led me to what I called “Life Unlimited.”  I now call my company Life Unlimited.

For years after, I trained in various aspects I called “enlightenment”: meditation, yoga, conscious breathing, leadership, relationships, addiction, transformational and motivational public speaking, self-actualization, transformational psychotherapy, dancing, aerobic exercise, neuroscience and more. I received my Ph.D. from The City University of New York (CUNY) as a psychologist.

When a friend told me of a job opening at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, I began working with drug addicts. I also worked as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ramapo College in New Jersey, where I was teaching courses in transformation and transpersonal psychology as well as co-teaching interdisciplinary courses with colleagues in other departments. After ten years, I left the college and opened my full-time private practice. I also became a Business Coach, Executive Coach and Life Coach, integrating Coaching with Psychotherapy when appropriate. 

I trained to be a public speaker, and soon realized I could also teach people with fear of public speaking to become fearless speakers. I have given, and continue to give, national and international workshops, as well as talks and published articles on relevant topics about personal and global transformation. 

Over the years, I have also served on several Boards that were relevant to the new world I have discovered: Spirit at Work, The Association for Spiritual Psychotherapy, Toastmasters, and as an Advisory Board Member of Mindfulness at Ramapo College. I have been a member of the Working Board of The Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology (GAINS)  which integrates Spirituality and Science.