AMY B. SCHER is an internationally recognized, award-winning, and bestselling author who helps her clients and students to live happier, healthier, and more expressive lives.
With over a decade’s experience in helping people overcome emotional and physical challenges—and combined with her background in marketing (Harley-Davidson, State Farm, Scripps Howard News) and publishing—Amy has successfully bridged the gap between the craft of creating and the business of being an artist.
Highly recommended by literary agents, editors, and creative industry professionals, Amy is recognized for her unique ability to help writers, artists, and other creatives get unblocked and back to work.
As a highly sought-after teacher and internationally recognized author, Amy has taught hundreds of transformative classes; and has presented for The Open Center in New York, OMEGA Institute, Sounds True, New York Presbyterian Hospital, 1440 Multiversity, and more.
Amy’s books have been translated into 16 languages and endorsed by notable authors such as Elizabeth Gilbert (Eat, Pray Love); Vikas Swarup (Slumdog Millionaire); and Sanjiv Chopra, MD, MACP, Harvard Medical School and (Brotherhood with Deepak Chopra).
She’s been featured in Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, CNN, CBS, The Los Angeles Review of Books, New York Daily News, Good Morning America, The Rumpus and more. Scher was also named one of Advocate’s “40 Under 40.”
Amy is proud to serve on the associate board for Literacy Partners in New York City, an organization that chose her memoir (This Is How I Save My Life / Simon & Schuster) as part of NYC’s Subway Reads initiative.
She lives in New York City with her beautiful wife and bad cat.