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Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes

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Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes

Published Author, Educator
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Current Residence:
Arizona

Works By Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes:

Books:


The Koan of Chronic Illness: An Integral Approach (11/22)

It’s Not Too Late: A Workbook for Recovering Alcoholics (2017)

It’s Not Too Late: You Can Grow a Bright Future Starting Right Now (2016)

After the Wrecking Ball: Ten Principles for Finding Peace Amidst Chaos (2014)

Harry Harrison Wigglesworth the 16th and the Freedom Strain (1996)


Articles: (Lynn Fuentes, Lynn Royster, Lynn Holaday)


Environmental accommodations for university students affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS).  Work Journal pp. 315-326. Lily Chu, Lynn R. Fuentes, Olena M. Marshall, and Arthur A. Mirin (2020)

The Chronic Illness Initiative:  Supporting College Students with Chronic Illness Needs at DePaul University Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability. Vol 21 (1), p. 122., Royster, L., Marshall, O. (2008, Winter)

The Man Behind the Framework, The CFIDS Chronicle, pp.24-26. Royster, L. (2007, Fall)

Much To Be Grateful For. The CFIDS Chronicle, pp.32-33. Royster, L. (2007, Summer)

Stage Development Theory: A  Natural Framework for Understanding the Mediation Process  Negotiation Journal.  Vol. 18, N. 3  (l999 ) Holaday, L. (2002, July)

Writing Students Need Coaches, Not Judges  Alternatives to Grading Student Writing. ed. Stephen Tchudi.  Urbana, IL:  NCTE. Holaday, L. (l997)



A Bit About Me


Lynn Fuentes, BA, MA, JD, Ph.D, teaches and writes about a unique approach to chronic illness (see thekoanofillness.com) via Transformation Teaching, LLC, a company in which she and her husband José Ricardo offer coaching, courses, and related resources for personal and spiritual growth based in integral theory. Her most recent book is The Koan of Chronic Illness: An Integral Approach. Previous books include It’s Not Too Late and After the Wrecking Ball, both nonfiction, and a children’s book, Harry Harrison Wigglesworth and the Freedom Strain. She has two grown children and lives in Sedona, AZ.

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