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Emily (E.) Claudette Freeman    

Empowering Lives by Engaging, Embracing and Infusing Words

  1. Claudette Freeman spent 24 years in radio in South Florida, before leaving to obtain to start her own media corporation, Emily C. Freeman Holdings, LLC. The company does business through E. Claudette Freeman Literary Services which provides an array of writing services to a multi-cultural demographic including: coaching, editing, commissioned stage/film works and publishing consulting.
    Employing literary principles and styling to empowerment and life coaching modules, Freeman, a Certified Life Coach Practitioner through the American Association of Christian Therapists also hosts Arise Center for Literary Healing, in-home, conference, ministry and workplace, teleconferences and webinars based on literary empowerment and birthing purpose programs.

Birthing purpose or strategy sessions/programs come from Freemans belief that part of her universal and divine purpose is her natural ability to help others tap into what they were created to give birth to. Freeman has been called a birth coach and midwife from many of her clients and those who have witnessed her comfortable and laid back power in workshops. Each of her workshops are born out of the personal experience of pain, heartache, grief, depression, poor choices and unfortunate events that life presented to facilitator E. Claudette Freeman. The workshops are birthed out of understanding, compassion, love of people, love of self and living and creating perpetually. Freeman believes writing is a powerful catalyst to bring about, create and manifest life change, edification and betterment.

As a writer, Freemans honors include placing for two consecutive years in the Quest Theatre of West Palm Beach Loften Mitchell New Playwrights Festival, being a featured reader in the Miami Book Fair Internationals WRITE IN OUR MIDST PROGRAM, being chosen as an apprentice to famed African-American author Ntozake Shange, during the Atlantic Center For The Arts Masters Residency Program, co-authoring (with the late Bhetty Waldron) the touring production of CHARCOAL SKETCHES, a play based on the lives of Zora Neale Hurston, Augusta Savage and Mary McLeod Bethune and being commissioned to author a Black history production FROM THE PORCH starring Danny Glover by the Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority.

She is the author of the collection of short stories: PIECES AND THE STUFF THAT WAKES ME UP AT NIGHT; a novel SHELTERED DELIVERANCE, three invigorating and engaging journals THE MORNING HOUR: ARISE, WRITE, RELEASE; FABULOUS YOU: POWER NUGGETS FOR THE MOMENT and IF I WRITE IT, IT CAN HEAL.

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