Kac  Young

Kac Young


Kac Young was a successful television director and producer who got PhDs in Natural Health, Clinical Hypnotherapy and Naturopathy. Before becoming a spiritual counselor, teacher, speaker and Religious Science Minister, she was one of the first women to join the Director's Guild of America and served as a prominent member of The Women in Film Board of Directors. She was Vice President of Television Production and Development at Universal Studios Hollywood and ran her own production company for 25 years, serving clients such as Procter & Gamble, Rubbermaid, and Corning. She co-founded "The Showtime Comedy Club Network" and worked with Kelsey Grammar, Rosie O Donnell, Tim Allen and Ellen DeGeneres. Kac is dedicated to healing humans and animals and creating a long life with holistic methods. Her consulting business is Bio-Hypnology ™, combining healing for the mind, body and soul. Kac is the author of 12 self-improvement books, including The Healing Art of Essential Oils.