BBC Woman’s Hour Interview


Dr. Eger on BBC Women's Hour

Edith Eger on dancing for the ‘Angel of Death’.

Edith Eger was 16 when she was sent to Auschwitz with her parents and sister. Her parents were executed. Harrowed by trauma and survivors guilt once released, she went on to train as a psychologist, a role she still nurtures to this day.

Dr. Edith Eger in Ireland


The Ray D’Arcy Show interviews Dr. Eger
91-year-old Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Eger joins Ray to talk about how she learnt how to ‘find joy within’ after the horror of Auschwitz and to discuss her Irish number one selling book, ‘The Choice’.

BrightVibes Interviews Dr. Edith Eger

No one will be left untouched by the wisdom of this Auschwitz survior

This incredibly inspiring story of Auschwitz' survivor Dr. Edith Eger just brought us to tears. Her story is filled with lessons in hope, love, forgiveness and letting go. She also talks about current events in the US. It's the longest video we've ever made, and we promise you, it is worth every second of your attention. Comment #YES and share her story, if you agree her wisdom is worth spreading.Though she could have remained a permanent victim, she made the choice to heal. Combining her formal education as clinical psychologist and her own life challenges, she has helped countless others lead full lives by moving beyond their problems –no matter how insurmountable they believed them to be. At 90 years old, she's still striving to help people make the choice to heal and thrive.

Posted by BrightVibes on Friday, July 13, 2018

This incredibly inspiring story of Auschwitz’ survivor Dr. Edith Eger just brought us to tears. Her story is filled with lessons in hope, love, forgiveness and letting go. She also talks about current events in the US.

Though she could have remained a permanent victim, she made the choice to heal. Combining her formal education as clinical psychologist and her own life challenges, she has helped countless others lead full lives by moving beyond their problems –no matter how insurmountable they believed them to be. At 90 years old, she’s still striving to help people make the choice to heal and thrive.

Interviewed by Michiel de Gooijer and Karen Maldoy.

Bay Area Book Festival 2018 – Dr Edith Eger -Thriving Past Trauma

Dr. Edith Eger interviewed by Elizabeth Rosner

An absolute must-see: Dr. Edith Eger, 92-year-old Auschwitz survivor and trauma psychologist, came to us to discuss one of the most compelling books we’ve read this year, “The Choice: Embrace the Possible,” which Desmond Tutu called “a gift to humanity.” She was interviewed by Elizabeth Rosner, author of the award-winning “Survivor Cafe: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory.”

The Power of Choice

Dr. Edith Eger, renowned trauma recovery therapist, speaker and new author, talks about harnessing the power of choice to free ourselves from past traumas and move forward in forgiveness. Learn about her heroic story of survival and inspiration by reading her new memoir, THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible.

Prison of Our Own Mind

Dr. Edith Eger, renowned trauma recovery therapist, speaker and new author, talks about freeing ourselves from the prisons of our own minds. Learn about her heroic story of survival and inspiration by reading her new memoir, THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible.

You’ve Got to Feel to Heal

Dr. Edith Eger, renowned trauma recovery therapist, speaker and new author, talks about the need to truly feel and experience memories in order to break through to healing and moving beyond the past. Learn about her heroic story of survival and inspiration by reading her new memoir, THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible.

YOU are the mirror

Sometimes you must make the choice to dig deeper to find something worth reflecting.

Each of us can be a mirror of hope to someone else. In the despair of Auschwitz, Edith Eger was a mirror of hope and fortitude to her sister and countless others… She remains so today through her active psychology practice, speaking engagements, and her new memoir, THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible.

‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’?

90-yr-old Holocaust survivor, educator, esteemed therapist and speaker, Edith Eger, shares her experience and advice about choosing ‘love over hate’ and embracing our perceived enemies. Does it have to be ‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’?

Based on the words and wisdom in Dr. Edith Eva Eger’s new memoir, THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible.

San Diego’s Channel 10 Interviews Dr. Eger


Under the direction of news anchor, Kimberly Hunt, ABC Television affiliate KGTV’s 10News spotlighted the event. Armando Aparicio interviewed Edith before the Warwick’s author engagement. Bree Steffen reporting. Edith was thrilled by their wonderful coverage and their eagerness to share her important and meaningful life story with the world.