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Real Principles For Real Change

 
Practice
Three Principles Research & Development
Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
(434) 218-9500
info@3prc.com
http://www.3prc.com
About Practice:
The people we train discover a peace of mind and resilience they can depend upon even during and after critical incidents. Free of therapeutic requirements, clients find our educational programs provide tangible descriptions of mental health and how to access it without engaging in potentially vulnerable exercises. Teams work better together when they know how mental health works and how to access it. Three principles practitioners appreciate the research education we provide and are able to win two kinds of awards: 1) McVety Research Funding Award or 2) McVety Research Support Award. Practitioners who are already conducting 3P programming develop research with independent consultants or from our in-house research team.
Practice Types:
Groups, Business, Seminars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations, City Managers, First Responders, Municipal Workers, Community Resilience Development
Years Teaching: 4
 

Education
BA Dance/Theater: Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH.
MA Interdisciplinary Studies in Psychological Well Being: Lesley University, Boston MA
Ph.D. Psychology: The California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco CA

Training Summary
The Three Principles Professional Institute: 2013
Micheal Neill: Learning How To Thrive, July 2011; Super Coach Academy, 2012; Advanced Track SCA, 2013
Mara Gleason: Workshop, July 2013
Dicken Bettinger: Series of Workshops & Mentoring, 2013 - 2017
Keith Blevens & Valda Monroe: Intensive, 01/2013
Linda & George Pransky: Intensive, 07/2012
Elsie Spittle and Chip Chipman, 3 Principles School, 11/2013 & 06/2017
Insight Principles Executive Training, 07/2016

Special Interests
Teaching city managers, first responders, and other community service personnel how to collaborate with their own mental health for better outcomes at work and at home.
Collaborating with three principles practitioners building research projects around the needs of human beings struggling with homelessness, incarceration, addiction, and other high-risk environments.