Ken Dachman

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General Information

Name: Ken Dachman

Pen Name: None

Genres: Non-Fiction

Born: 1958 in Chicago,Il

Website: N/A


Illinois Connection

Ken Dachman still lives and works in the Chicagoland area.

Biographical and Professional Information

After receiving his Doctorate in Psychology in 1992, Ken turned his professional focus to marketing and business development. He is a widely published author and celebrated speaker. He is the founder and chairman of Key Partners, LLC. which has its roots in charitable fundraising.

Published Works

  • The Dachman Permanent Weight-Loss Program, Morrow, 1982
  • Newswordy, Simon and Schuster, 1985
  • The Dachman Diet for Kids: A Complete Guide to Healthy Weight Loss, World Almanac Publications, 1986
  • You Can Relieve Pain: How Guided Imagry Can Help You Reduce Pain or Eliminate It Altogether (with John Lyons), Harper and Row, 1990
  • The Self-Health Handbook: Low-Cost, East-to-Use Therapies from Around the World, Facts on File, 1996
  • Body Engineering: How to Reinvent the Way You Look and Feel (with John Abdo), Berkley Publishing, 1997
  • Fathers' Rights: Hard Hitting and Fair Advice for Every Father Involved in A Custody Dispute (with Jeffery M. Leving), Basic Books, 1997

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Dachman Permanent Weight Loss Program

ISBN: 0688011993
Release Date: 1982-06

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ISBN: 0671600672
Release Date: 1985-10

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You Can Relieve Pain: How Guided Imagery Can Help You Reduce Pain or Eliminate It Altogether

ISBN: 0060160543
Release Date: 1990-01

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The Self-Health Handbook: Low-Cost, Easy to Use Therapies from Around the World

ISBN: 0816032270
Release Date: 1996-01

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Fathers' Rights

Release Date: 1998-06-01

Literary Awards

Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)

Contact author at 312-409-5900.

External Links

Ken Dachman on WorldCat

Ken Dachman on Amazon


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