is an award-winning medical doctor, health and wellness expert, coach, speaker and author. She helps people worldwide to reduce stress, prevent burnout, improve mental health, and live with increased wellness and resilience.
Dr. Biali Haas has studied principles of wellness, nutrition, work-life balance, stress management and psychology for over 20 years. Formerly clinically depressed and burned out herself, Dr. Biali applied the very principles she teaches to her own life, transforming her circumstances and health.
Dr. Biali Haas has been featured as an expert on The Today Show and The Ricki Lake Show, and her opinions appear frequently in media such as Self, Fitness, Redbook, Health, Martha Stewart Living, The Washington Post and The Chicago Tribune. She blogs for PsychologyToday.com, and was a health columnist and “Embrace Life Expert” for Reader’s Digest Best Health.
Her clients have included American Express, Hilton, Procter and Gamble, Toyota, Bayer and other multinational corporations. In 2013, American Express recognized Dr. Biali Haas as a “Real Life Potentialist” who has broken away from traditional paths and followed a unique calling in life.
As a health and life coach Dr. Biali Haas works with clients from around the world, from military leaders and senior executives to stressed-out moms. She has consulted as a coach for Cosmopolitan and other publications. She is also a professional spokesperson, educating the public on elements of a healthy lifestyle.
An international keynote speaker (attaining Professional status in the Canadian Association for Professional Speakers (CAPS), the National Speakers Association (NSA) and the Global Speaker’s Federation), Doctor Biali Haas’ speaking clients include government and health organizations, corporations, professional associations, universities, and international women’s organizations.
In addition to her Doctorate of Medicine and Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics from the University of British Columbia, Dr. Biali Haas has received numerous awards, including the Rakesh Goel Prize for most outstanding clinical skills, the UBC Medal in Dietetics, and the Woman of Worth Award in Health & Wellness. She attends courses in preventive and lifestyle medicine at Harvard Medical School.