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Real Principles For Real Change

 
Practice
Three Principles Coaching and Consulting
Long Beach, California, United States
(310) 867-0291
francesco.barbera@gmail.com
http://www.francescobarbera.com
About Practice:
I work with:

-- Individuals who are struggling in a particular areas of their life, such as career or relationships, and are seeking change.
-- Individuals who have been touched by the Three Principles and wish to deepen their grounding and exploration of them in their personal lives.
-- Business owners and leaders who wish to explore how the principles play out in their organizations and impact individual and organizational performance.
Practice Types:
Individual Clients, Groups, Business, Seminars, Webinars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations
Years Teaching: 2
 

Education
MA, University of Santa Monica (Spiritual Psychology) (2010)
JD, Harvard Law School (2001)
BA, University of Pennsylvania (1994)

Training Summary
Virtually all of my training in the Principles has come via the brilliant and pioneering practitioners at Pransky & Associates, to whom I am enormously indebted. A summary of the formal training I have completed follows:

Professional Mentorship with George Pransky, Linda Pransky and Barbara Patterson @ Pransky & Associates (Sept 2015 - May 2016)
1 Year of Individual Coaching with Erika Bugbee @ Pranksy & Associates (2014 - 2015)
3 Professional Trainings Programs @ Pransky & Associates (2014 - 2016)
1 Year of Personal Coaching with Steven Chandler (2012-2013)

In addition, I am indebted to the books, teachings, audio programs and seminars of many other great practitioners in this field, including Michael Neill, Garrett Kramer, Dicken Bettinger, Amy Johnson, Lian Brooke Tyler and others.

Prior to immersion in the Principles, I completed graduate training in psychology at the University of Santa Monica, which provided important context and exposure to a range of psychological modalities, which has helped me discern what is most distinctive and essential about the Three Principles.

Special Interests
Given my background in corporate law, I have a natural interest in how the principles impact business, entrepreneurship, innovation, conflict resolution, and organizational culture and performance. On a personal level, the principles have been most impactful to me in my personal life, marriage and relationships.