Welcome to Nancy Gordon Global
Transforming Challenges Into Triumphs
with Wit and Wisdom, Hope and Healing!
In this FREE introductory guide to my book, 7 Steps of Hope and Healing, I share the 7 steps I discovered that released me from the pain and prison of disability and eventually which I relied on through my journey of facing the loss of both my service dogs, within 9 months of each other. Click below to find out more about my services.
"Thanks for making me a believer! 7 Steps
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as a way to share this discovery with all who need it.
The Amazing true story of Pink, The 3 Legged Dog and how she overcame her disability and filled not only Nancy, her owner, but everyone she meets with hope. Book one in the Pink's inspiring children's
When I stumbled upon a rare breed of dog, the Xoloitzcuintli (Shoo-low-eats-quint-lee, commonly known as Mexican Hairless or Xolo), I knew I had found my answer to natural pain relief. A true blessing for all who need it. Click here to learn more.
Nancy's core belief is hope. With hope, you can achieve your goals, heal yourself and find inner peace. Nancy has overcome her own disabilities and
Nancy has dedicated her life to teaching others how to transform their challenges into triumphs through her 7 Steps of Hope and Healing. She works with groups and individuals as she combines her personal journey with chronic illness and her professional experience as a licensed psychotherapist.
Nancy has overcome the negative impact of her chronic pain condition as a courageous warrior. Aiding her on her journey are her wonderful healing service dogs. She has transformed her relationship with her condition by identifying her 7 Steps of Hope and Healing. She has a strong belief and a deep-seated passion for accompanying others on their journey self-discovery and healing.
"This book [7 Steps of Hope and Healing] draws on multiple accessible, proven and risk-free tools to help patients heal. It empowers patients without 'talking down' to them. I advise it to anyone with a chronic condition or illness."
-- Heidi Meyer M.D., Kaiser Hospital, San Diego, CA
“This is a wonderful story [Pink, The 3 Legged Dog] about a courageous and inspiring dog. Pink has a terrible tragedy that she turns into an empowering experience. I would love to read this to my first-grade students. I believe they would fall in love with Pink, and be so touched by her tragedy and her bravery to not give up when challenged to do things differently. I could guide them in truly understanding hope, determination, imagination
-- Kathy Ryan, NBCT Educator, San Diego City Schools
Powerful half hour radio hosted by Katherine Gerardi who interviewed Nancy about her new workbook, her journey of HOPE and…