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Flourish Studios Launches Campaign With Empower Public Relations
Date:1/21/2008

CHICAGO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Founder of Flourish Studios, Dr. Julia Rahn, has retained Empower Public Relations to share her teachings on how to live, learn and love. Flourish Studios is a multi-faceted learning gallery that has recently opened its doors to the public.

This 14,000 square foot facility blends the best of psychology, education, art, and retail. The gallery features an elegant array of artwork by Heather Gentile Collins, and the retail space offers hand-picked gifts from the heart and products which promote personal development.

Founder and CEO of Empower Public Relations Sam Chapman comments, "Flourish Studios is a place where hope and wellness blossom. Dr. Rahn is a top notch clinician and has assembled the finest in holistic healing under one roof, including her own practice. They are located at 3020 N. Lincoln; go there and flourish."

The new facility will also feature ongoing talks and sessions open to the greater community.

ABOUT FLOURISH STUDIOS:

Dr. Julia is a Clinical Psychologist with more than ten years experience helping people meet their individual and family goals. Her expertise lies in health and rehabilitation issues such as overcoming eating disorders and adjusting to chronic illness. Dr. Rahn is also the founder of Flourish Studios a relaxed setting where people can learn to create positive change in their lives at a comfortable pace, using the methods and tools they find most inviting and effective. She is a currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. For more information please visit http://www.Icanflourish.com.

ABOUT EMPOWER PUBLIC RELATIONS:

Empower Public Relations is one of Chicago's most accomplished PR firms, with a focus on television appearances. Empower has clients in a variety of industries, ranging from the nation's leading sex therapist, Space Command's "Stress Doctor,
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