3PCG Webinars and Events
Monday, January 27th @ 2PM Eastern time
with Christine Heath and Dicken Bettinger
Topic: Understanding Can Open the Door to Global Change
Christine Heath, the co-founder and executive director of the Hawaii Counseling and Education Center since 1985, has nearly 37 years’ experience as a marriage and family therapist. She met Sidney Banks in 1981 and has been sharing her understanding of the Three Principles since then. She was instrumental in setting up one of the first Three Principles-based clinics in the world.
Christine developed HCEC’s Three Principles-based domestic violence/anger management, outpatient substance abuse, adolescent anger management and victim impact programs. She is certified as a substance abuse counselor and she is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She provides training programs for graduate and postgraduate therapists. She offers training, coaching, consultation and seminars based on the Three Principles locally and internationally to professionals and lay people alike.
She has served on the Board of Directors of the 3PGC since its inception and dedicates her life to sharing the Principles with the world. www.hcechawaii.com
Dicken Bettinger, Ed.D., is a retired licensed clinical psychologist. His career has focused on psychological well-being. In 1986 he met Sydney Banks and the Three Principles. Dicken co-founded a Three Principle training, counseling, and education center in Vermont in 1991. Dicken was a senior staff at Pransky and Associates in La Conner, Washington for 16 years, where he developed and led corporate and university leadership trainings, team development, and executive coaching. In 2012 Dicken founded 3 Principles Mentoring. He offers 4-day immersion retreats for individuals and couples; practitioner development; and individualized training programs. He enjoys leading group seminars in the US and throughout Europe. Dicken is the co-author of a book on the Three Principles called Coming Home. Dicken has been happily married for 49 years. He has two adult children and three adored grandchildren. He enjoys photography, hiking, canoeing, and traveling the world.
Wednesday, February 12th at 2pm Eastern time
with Marnix Pauwels
Marnix Pauwels is a Dutch transformative coach and author of seven books, living in Amsterdam with two cats. He has worked in advertising as a copywriter for 30 years, and has an extensive knowledge of addiction/compulsive behavior, depression and anxiety through deep personal experience. Marnix has always been fascinated by what drives people, and especially what drives them crazy. He’s read over 5.000 books on self-development/improvement, lifehacks and spirituality, viewed thousands of videos on the subjects, and keeps on exploring the depths of the human mind and how to navigate our psychological storms with grace and respect. Marnix is an aspiring world-traveler who loves to work out. He’s single, has an 18 year old daughter and wants to be the best and most impactful coach in the world.