Three Principles Mentoring
La Conner, Washington, United States
My practice is Three Principles Mentoring. My passion is mentoring people, whether they are new to the Principles, have been a student of them for many years, or are teaching the Principles in their practice. I have found the most effective way to learn or deepen understanding of the Principles is in 4 day retreats. I also have found that Skype is a powerful format for helping people anywhere in the world to take the next step in their desired personal, professional, and/or spiritual development. I love sharing what I have learned with groups of people in informal talks, seminars, or trainings. I particularly enjoy talking about enjoying life, relationship ease and connection, seeing the sacred in the ordinary, grace in the face of challenges and adversity, working well together as a family or as a work team, and finding your own voice in the world.
Individual Clients, Couples, Groups, Business, Seminars, Webinars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations
1976 Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology at Boston University
M.Ed. at Penn State University
M.A. at St. Lawrence University
I was fortunate to become a student of Mr. Sydney Banks in 1986, attended his seminars from 1986 until he died in 2009, also had group and private audiences with him throughout these years, and I attended his School. In 2008 I received a Certificate of Competency to teach the Three Principles from Mr. Banks. I served as a faculty member on the original Three Principles Core Faculty and continued learning from fellow faculty members. I was a student of Dr. George and Linda Pransky in the clinical applications of the 3P's and was a staff member of Pransky and Associates for 16 years.
Mentoring, Psychotherapy, Professional Development, Relationships, Business, and Spirituality.