As a long-time survivor of ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, psychotherapist Mariah Fenton Gladis knows first-hand the terror of terminal illness and the fortitude required to beat the odds. In her self-revealing book, Tales Of A Wounded Healer, Mariah invites readers into her heart, mind and soul as she draws strength from her own struggles to mend the lives of others who have been impacted by life’s challenges — the usual and the extraordinary. Rather than succumb, she has used her personal struggle to deepen her compassion for the pain in others. She understands that tragedy is a universal phenomenon that comes in many different forms, from physical through emotional and spiritual, and therein lies the opportunity for elevation and healing.

“The personal healing journey and professional therapeutic techniques
of one of America’s most beloved and respected psychotherapists”



Tales of a Wounded Healer (Spanish Translation) hits Sanborns Top 50 List

Historias de la Sanadora Herida, the Spanish translation of Mariah Fenton Gladis' book, Tales of a Wounded Healer, has hit the top 50 on the best selling list of Sanborns, the most important bookseller in Mexico. Recently translated and published in Mexico by El Camino Rojo Ediciones, Historias de la Sanadora Herida is also available in Salvador and Panamá. more