Christine Clifford, CSP is a pioneer in the field of therapeutic humor, particularly as it relates to coping with cancer. Her ground-breaking book Not Now... I'm Having a No Hair Day! won numerous awards and is still sought after by reporters and media sources worldwide. Christine has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur magazine, MORE, Self, Golf Digest, Better Homes & Gardens as well as sources half way around the world such as The Singapore Women's Weekly and The Hindu in India. Christine will glady provide interviews for all media and is happy to help you promote your event. Don't forget to laugh! TM


Christine Clifford Interviewed on Potpourri

Susan Rich Talks, "Potpourri," w4wnradio, February 17, 2012: Interview with Christine Clifford

Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine features Cancer Club President in "Laugh ' Til It Heals,"

Knowing that Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine is aiding women now more than ever to Be Fit, Be a Thriver!™, I immediately thought about sharing with readers the healing power of laughter. Many may not realize, but laughing out loud takes work and a lot of physical exercise!

"Healing Power of Humor" a Conscious Discussions Talk Radio Interview

Christine Clifford tells about raising money for breast cancer research and her work with Tubman ( - a non-profit women’s shelter.

"Writers New Years Resolutions", Christine Clifford Responds

My New Year’s resolution in ’11 was to finish two books I was working on, and I did. They both got published. So my 2012 Resolution is...

Womenetics Interviews Christine Clifford " Take a Life Crisis, and Add Humor"

For the price of admission, women can spend up to an hour with attorneys, mediators, financial planners, psychologists, and a number of other specialists who would charge them upwards of $300 an hour for a consultation. The other blessing of the day is to meet other women who are going through the same thing and to share stories. It's a very powerful day for women facing divorce.

Laugh 'Til It Heals: Finding Humor in the Journey By Caroline Smailes

Feelings of anger, fear, denial and grief paralleled my cancer experience. The only difference was that one was a struggle for my breast. The other was a struggle for my heart. It wasn’t easy finding humor in all I’ve endured. But I called upon that healing power of humor that had literally saved my life years ago, and realized, “I can survive again. I can find life~ and a good life~ on the other side.”

No Hair Day! Book Makes Front Page of Style Section in New York Times!

So, in a world in which Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s five stages of grief were an increasingly hoary comic meme, in a world in which people were publishing books with titles like “I’d Rather Do Chemo Than Clean Out the Garage” and “Not Now I’m Having a No Hair Day,”

MORE Magazine's 15 Breast-Cancer-Inspired Reinventions

These women used their fight against breast cancer as inspiration to launch enterprises—nonprofits and for-profits—to help others.

Minnesota Business Interviews Christine Clifford

Her experience taught her how to market and sell products, services and herself. Now, Christine Clifford shares that message with others. Christine Clifford definitely cracked "the glass ceiling." By 40, she was Senior Executive Vice President for The SPAR Group, an international merchandising and information services firm in New York.

Christine Clifford appears on PR Insider

"Christine Clifford appears on PR Insider on Voice America Radio Network with Maureen Kedes to discuss "Turning Negatives into Record Breaking Positives"
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