Maria Sirois, PsyD, is author of Every Day Counts: Lessons in Love, Faith, and Resilience From Children Facing Illness. Delivering stories, poetry, and research with humor and compassion, she offers inspiration to audiences in the fields of wellness and mind-body health, as well as those recovering from illness or loss.
A licensed clinical psychologist, Maria Sirios has worked at the intersections of wellness, psychology, and spirituality for nearly 20 years. She has given keynote speeches nationwide for the general public and professionals at conferences and wellness centers, hospitals and hospices, and philanthropic, business, academic, and corporate institutions. Her book, Every Day Counts, is now used as a teaching tool at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Children’s Hospital in Boston, George Washington University Hospital, and the Northeast Hospice Federation.
As a psychologist, Sirios continues to counsel and serve families with children facing terminal illness and the staff who care for them.