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About the Author

Susie Frazier
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Susie Frazier, WELL AP is an American biophilic designer, independent author and an Emmy®-winning TV producer and personality. She is a WELL Faculty member with the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) who advocates for sustainability, wellness design, biophilic design and neuro-inclusion through the built environment.

Susie’s book, Designing For Wellness, is the recipient of a five global book awards, serving as a simple entry point for anyone to cultivate their own sensory well-being through the built environment around them.  

Susie and her thought leadership in the wellness design movement have been featured in Psychology Today, Elite Daily, Thrive, Organic Spa Magazine and more. She is a dynamic public speaker, covering topics such as neuroinclusion, women in entrepreneurship, design innovation, and the hidden power of neurodiversity as fundamental to the biodiversity of life. Living 48 years of her life with undiagnosed ADHD and generalized anxiety, Susie developed a methodology for calming herself by observing intricate patterns in nature and integrating them into her art and products. Her self-taught principles for fostering wellness, now backed by a growing body of scientific research, have been integrated into her design consulting business for mixed use, multifamily, health care and hospitality projects.