Dr. Susan Biali Haas
Wellness Expert | Life Coach
Dr. Susan Biali Haas’ life passion is to give people the knowledge, tools, and hope to help them create a healthy lifestyle, find happiness, and enjoy a more meaningful life. Formerly clinically depressed and burned out, Dr. Biali Haas turned her life around by extensively studying how to overcome these two debilitating conditions. Today, she inspires a broad range of clients — from military leaders and senior executives to physicians and other health care professionals — to take control of their mental and physical health and start living more impactful, meaningful lives.
Dr. Biali Haas holds a Doctorate of Medicine and a Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics from the University of British Columbia. She has received numerous academic and personal awards, including the Goel Prize for “Most Outstanding Medical Clinical Skills, the UBC Medal for her studies in Dietetics, and the “Woman of Worth” Award in Health and Wellness.
A popular blogger for Psychology Today, Dr. Biali Haas’ columns cover a range of topics from burnout and work-life balance, to finding purpose and exploring creativity. Her posts have received more than 6 million views. She is also regularly sought out for her opinion by major publications such as Oprah.com, Self, Prevention, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Fast Company, The Chicago Tribune and The Washington Post, and has appeared on many national television programs including The Today Show, The Ricki Lake Show, The Marilyn Denis Show.
In addition, Dr. Biali Haas was invited to be a member of Chatelaine magazine’s Health Advisory Board, and was the “Embrace Life Expert” for Reader’s Digest Best Health magazine. She also contributed to Reader’s Digest’s bestselling book, The Swap and Drop Diet.
Recently, Dr. Biali Haas was recognized by American Express as a “Real Life Potentialist” ― someone who has branched from traditional paths to reach their full potential through pursuit of their passions. She also dances flamenco professionally and has performed on stages from Canada to Latin America.