Michael Lutin has a thriving private practice in astrology and counselling.
His background includes a Phi Beta Kappa at Trinity, special studies in French language at Harvard, and he began a PhD program at Yale. He is the Ambassador to Earth and a Certified Member of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, New York Chapter, a member of the San Diego Astrology Society, ISAR, and AFAN and of the International Society for Communicative Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. He is known worldwide for his columns in The Huffington Post and Vanity Fair magazine as well as Vogue Germany, Japan and Korea.
The author of four books on astrology, Michael is also renowned for such stirring evening presentations as “Saturday Night at the End of the World in Cleveland” and “My Mother Smoked During Pregnancy”. He is both (in) famous and beloved in the astrological world for his powerfully insightful work, coupled with his side-splitting, razor sharp humour. Consequently, besides being highly respected by his colleagues, readers and students for his professionalism and knowledge, he is also a highly sought after celebrity and performer (if we’re lucky) at any conference or event he graces with his presence.
Michael has spoken before the Harvard Business School Alumni and at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. In addition to lectures, workshops, and seminars internationally he is the author of four musical plays and four books including Sunshines, and The Astrology of Being Happy.