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New York based, Sydney born and raised,
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Born in Sydney, Australia, Marshall says it was the suicide loss of his elder brother, Mitch in 2002, which sparked deep self-inquiry, contemplation, healing and spiritual awakening. He is the author of Letters to Mitch: The Healing Power of Grief, Love & Truth, and host of The Source's Mouth podcast. Marshall has combined his own transformational experience with a unique blend of synthesized healing modalities, along with his Master's from Columbia University in Clinical Psychology & Education (Mind, Body, Spiritual Practice). A student first, teacher second, Marshall continues to move deeply within himself, training with well-renowned spiritual healers and creative visionaries such as, Ron Young to expand his knowledge and wisdom in the field of life.
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Team & individual guided meditation, half-day and full day workshops tailored to company's needs. Programs are a mix of positive psychology, meditation, self-inquiry and narrative medicine.
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Letters to Mitch
"Letters to Mitch - The Healing Power of Grief, Love & Truth" is the true story of how a young man uses his greatest wound as a gift to heal his life. When Marshall Dunn learns the devastating news that his elder brother, Mitch, has taken his own life, little does he know that his loss will become the catalyst to awaken to his soul’s purpose.
The book is narrated through a series of raw, heartfelt letters accompanied with instructive and intuitive reflections. Letters to Mitch encourages readers to embrace change, seek their own hidden truth in vulnerability and honor the life with which they have been gifted.
Let Marshall take you deep inside the engine room of loss as he travels along an inspiring journey towards growth, healing, and envisioning the future. Just as Mitch’s death has become Marshall’s greatest gift, he has written this book as a gift to anyone searching for the way back home after suicide, loss, and personal crisis.