Oct 28, 2020
Katie Nall, Ph.D., creates long-lasting change in the lives of the people in her audience. A sought-after speaker for colleges and universities, non-profit organizations, and private events, Dr. Nall brings a relatable and calm demeanor to her topics of expertise.
A late-in-life doctoral student, Katie Nall earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Florida Institute of Technology just before her 60th birthday while working full-time at a local community college. Dr. Nall is still employed full-time at the college, teaching several mathematics courses and providing lecture and training for college-sponsored events.
During her research on ways for students to excel in Mathematics (especially adults returning or starting college), Dr. Nall was particularly interested in helping students overcome fear, phobia and stress-related to math class and math tests. In 2010, she learned of the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or tapping) and began offering the process to students who were open to a different approach. Students reported they passed math class, earned 100% on a math exam, and found math easier.It was at this time that she began serious training in EFT and became a Certified Practitioner in EFT. Dr. Nall now shares this knowledge not only with math students, but with others who struggle with stress, fear, phobias, and anxiety.
In addition to EFT, Dr. Nall is a licensed instructor from Personalities Insights from Dr. Robert Rohm in reducing communication conflicts utilizing DISC Personality Programs. From high school students to the board room, each group is excited to quickly assess personal communication preferences and see how to aid others in hearing others easier.
Dr. Nall works with individuals, teams, and groups who are ready to improve communication skills and decrease work-related drama. Utilizing employment background, extensive research, and dialogue interaction skills, she brings simple solutions designed to generate immediate and lasting improvements to internal and external communications.