Christine Ayer is internationally known for being published in Neurology/Psychiatry magazines & scientific papers under C. A. Ayres, or C. A. Smith, with over 1,200 articles worldwide, having reached over 400 million readers. Christine also writes inspirational non-fiction, women's fiction, sagas, and memoirs to help readers cope with some of the same mental health challenges she has helped others, at their request.
Christine comes from a family with several military service generations. She has specialized in PTSD, suicide prevention, addiction, and abuse, themes present in many of her studies and even fiction stories.
Thanks to having lived, studied, and served worldwide, her love for different cultures has led her to develop compassion and understanding for the human soul. Christine has attended UNICAMP and UNIP in Brazil, UNAL in Colombia, HMS in the U.S., and Goethe University in Germany. She received numerous awards for her service and publications from national and international entities.
She's proud of her military experience and Italian/Portuguese/Scottish heritage, which are shown in her stories and beloved characters. In her spare time, she can be found indulging in her love of music, genealogy, nature, cinema, and traveling. She hopes to inspire readers with her uplifting words and instill the belief that everyone deserves to be happy and loved.
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Christine and her dad, D.L. Ayres, also known as Dalmar Ayres, in their first book launch, early 90s. .