“Sister To Sister Let’s Talk… Harnessing The Power Of Positive Self Talk”

Sister to Sister Let’s Talk…Harnessing the Power of Positive Self Talk.  Jacqueline Cherry, President of Visionary Expressions, along with co-author Noelle Elia, pen their first in a series of books for women. This book is an easy to read step-by-step guide, offering women one powerful way to significantly instigate their full potential.

After the life altering experience of her daughter’s death, .Jacqueline was transformed by the courage, insight and resilience of women she encountered who had also survived tragic life challenges.  “I became passionate about reaching out to these women in a way that would honor their essential courage and to thank them for their incredible support in helping me through my intense loss.” Since then Jacqueline Cherry has facilitated numerous Women’s Empowerment Initiative Programs in the Tri-State region and she remains a sought after speaker in areas of personal and professional development.

Jacqueline Cherry is a psychotherapist, with a Masters Degree in Clinical social work from New York University.  She has practiced psychotherapy with culturally diverse individuals, families and groups for over twenty years. Jacqueline is also the founding President of Naomi’s Program of Excellence, providing cultural and academic enrichment programs for grade school age children since 2002.

Co-author Noelle Elia earned her Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University. She is a psychotherapist, teacher and writer who has actively pursued her interest in psychology, religion, and spirituality for over forty years.  “It is thrilling for me to have a forum to truly make a difference in women’s lives.”

Noted leaders who have endorsed Sister to Sister Let’s Talk, are, Dr. Robin Anderson, Professor Communication and Media Studies, Director Peace and Justice Studies, Fordham University, Bronx, NY and Dr. Darrell P. Wheeler, Ph.D., M.P.H., Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Research & Community Partnerships, Hunter College School of Social Work, New York, NY

“All of our writing stems from listening to what women tell us about their struggles and triumphs.  We are committed to our own life journeys and feel like we are walking side by side with our readers.”