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NEWBERRY, FL, July 30, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Claire Power Murphy, Director of the Self-Rejuvenation Center, Inc., has been named Cambridge Who's Who Professional of the Year in Health & Wellness. While inclusion in Cambridge Who's Who Registry is an honor, only two male and two female members in each discipline are named the Cambridge Who's Who Professional of the Year. The Cambridge Who's Who selection committee chooses these special honorees based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, and leadership abilities.
Inspired by the healing powers of a natural lifestyle, sound spiritual core and balanced blood chemistry, Claire Power Murphy established the Self-Rejuvenation Center two years ago. With a mission "to offer hope to a lost and dying world," Ms. Murphy guides her clients in the attainment of self-rejuvenation and restoration of body, mind and spirit. She notes that an interest in health and teaching inspired her to become involved in her profession, and considers curing her daughter of the symptoms of cerebral palsy and her son of hyperactivity and retardation to be her proudest accomplishments.
Achieving the honor of 2008 Female Autobiography of the Year and as an award-winning finalist in the Religion: Christian Inspiration category of the 2008 National Best Books Awards, Ms. Murphy is the author of "Preserved to Serve." The work is geared toward those who have suffered health problems and have either been improperly diagnosed or informed that they have limited time to live. A truly inspiring and informative piece, "Preserved to Serve" provides guidance regarding the healing powers of nature and the lifestyle changes necessary to improve emotional and physical wellness.
Prior to establishing of the Self-Rejuvenation Center Ms. Murphy was a NYC public school teacher for 34 years. During this period, she developed a program entitled, "Expanding Horizons" which she shared with her advanced learner third grade class. Soon, the program was initiated by all third grade teachers on Staten Island and it was then shared at both the NYC Greater Metropolitan Social Studies Conference and The Middle Atlantic States Social Studies Conference. "Expanding Horizons" won a monetary grant from The American Cancer Society.
Her educational background consists of a master's degree in elementary education from Hunter College and a Dean's List bachelor's degree in history, with minors in elementary education and psychology. She earned certification in advanced administration through Richmond College, and is a distinguished member of the Chairman's Circle of the Oxford Club and the Sovereign Society. She is also affiliated with The American Federation of Teachers, the United Federation of Teachers (NYC); and AARP. Looking to the future, Ms. Murphy intends to publish two other books: "Preserved to Serve Part II: Healthful Solutions" and "Preserved to Serve Part III: Testimonies."
For more information about Claire Power Murphy and the Self-Rejuvenation Center, Inc., please visit the Self-Rejuvenation Center. Ms. Murphy is also accessible via Cambridge Who's Who Connect, an online networking community.
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