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Real Principles For Real Change

Hawaii Counseling & Education Center
Pahoa, Hawaii, United States
(808) 254-6484
About Practice:
I have four office locations in Hawaii, on the Islands of Hawaii and Oahu, and I supervise the clinics, train staff and have a clinical practice. I have started to provide internet counseling and coaching and I provide intensive training &/or therapy programs. I provide educational retreats around the world for professionals and for anyone who wants to live in a more beautiful world.
Practice Types:
Individual Clients, Couples, Groups, Business, Seminars, Telephone Consultations, Internet Consultations, Professional graduate level internships, families,
Years Teaching: 32

BA University of Minn, MS Mankato State University,

Training Summary
I have been attending and facilitating programs to help others awaken to the Principles since 1981. I completed a psychology externship at The Advanced Human Studies Institute in Miami Florida in 1982. I was lucky to have Sydney Banks as my teacher, mentor and friend. I continue to listen to his CDs and read his books as a way to go deeper with my understanding. I am always a student of my clients. I learn more and more about these Principles and how simple things can be from them.

Special Interests
I have focused most of my attention in the clinical world. I work with Health and Human Service agencies organizationally as well as helping them to help others by understanding the 3 Principles. I am a Nationally Approved as a Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor and have committed myself to train new Marriage and Family therapists to be the best therapists they can be by understanding the Principles and helping clients to awaken to their inner resources. There are not many groups of people I have not worked with but I have developed treatment programs based on my understanding of the Principles in the areas of substance abuse, sexual and physical assault, domestic violence, anger management, juvenile justice, prison programs, preschool children's and adolescent prevention programs, school based-mental health services, positive parenting, child abuse, family and couples therapy, PTSD, and working with first responders to prevent and recover from trauma and compassion fatigue.