Friday, August 6th at 5pm Australian Eastern Standard time with
Topic: Wellbeing is innate – what does this even mean?
Roan is an entrepreneur, Three Principles Practioner, Coach and iheart facilitator who work with individuals on their transformation journey, help change workers incorporate the Three Principles into their practice and help young people uncover their innate resilience and mental wellbeing.
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Wednesday, August 11th at 2pm Eastern time with Joe Bailey
Topic: Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane—Finding your Innate Resilience in Our Challenging Times
Joseph Bailey, MA, LP, is a licensed psychologist, seminar leader, consultant to organizations, executive coach, and licensed psychologist. He is also the best-selling author of five books, and he has taught The Three Principles Psychology throughout the world for the past forty years. Joseph received his B.A. Cum Laude in psychology from St. John’s University and his M.A. in Psychology from Texas Tech University.
Joseph developed a pilot program in resiliency for health-care professionals at a Mayo Clinic Arizona from 2014-2018. Joseph’s work in the health-care field has included cultural change consultation to hospitals and health-care systems in Michigan (East Lansing) and North Memorial Hospital (Golden Valley, MN), where he taught the principles of resiliency to health-care providers at all levels. In 2002 he helped start the Inner Life of Healers Program at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. In this pioneering program, he led seminars and retreats for doctors, nurses, and other health-care professionals on self-care, resilience, burnout prevention and vocational renewal.
Joseph also consults with many other types of organizations—addiction treatment centers, businesses, social service agencies, and educational institutions. He coaches leaders from all types of professions. He trained the staffs and did program design for several treatment centers for addiction, including Gulf Breeze Recovery, Florida, Farnum Center, New Hampshire, Cedar Ridge Treatment Center, Minnesota to name a few.
Joseph was the owner and executive director of the Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health and also its clinical director (1983-1995). He founded and was president of The Foundation for the Advancement of Mental Health. He has helped develop and train the staffs of many addiction treatment centers. In addition, he has taught at St. Mary’s University, The University of Minnesota as an adjunct professor at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the medical school, and Metropolitan State University as an adjunct professor in addictions. Throughout his career he has maintained a private practice of counseling individuals, couples, and families. He continues to write at his cabin in the Canadian wilderness.
Joseph has toured nationally to promote all his books. He has appeared on CNBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, NBC Morning Show (New York City), Fox TV Morning Show (Boston), WCCO CBS special on “Slowing Down to the Speed of Life,” KMSP TV(St. Paul), KARE TV (Minneapolis), WCCC radio KBEM (Minneapolis), KMHL (Minneapolis), KNUS (Denver), KBYR (Anchorage), WNYU (New York City), KURV (Texas), WMAQ (Chicago), KUIK0 (Portland, OR), KPPT (Newport, OR), Talk America Network, Public Television (Los Angeles, CA), WWRC (Washington, DC), and numerous other radio talk shows.
Joseph has been quoted in USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Minneapolis Star/Tribune, The St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine, Newsweek, Family Circle, Shape, Reader’s Digest, Entrepreneur of the Year Magazine, Bay Area Parent, and The Oregonian.
Joseph has been an in-demand speaker in the United States and many other countries of the world including the UK, France, Switzerland, Spain, South Africa, India and speaks on podcasts and webinars internationally. His books are in 26 languages.
You can learn more about Joseph and his work at his Web site: joebaileyandassociates.com
You can pre-order a copy of Joe’s new book called “Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane” available for on all major online book sellers to include Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Thursday, August 19th at 2pm Eastern time with
Kristy Halvorsen and Natasha Swerdloff
Topic: Living Beyond
Natasha Swerdloff owns The Principles Institute and is trained as a psychotherapist, author and business consultant. Based in Denmark she has been self-employed since 1996 and delivers trainings, executive coaching and facilitation to clients all over the world from a Three Principle-based approach.
Natasha is the co-author of the book “Coming Home” that she has wrote with Dr. Dicken Bettinger in 2015.
Kristy Halvorsen is a nomadic world traveler and founder of Yourevolution Coaching. After stumbling upon the principles she retired from a career as a lieutenant firefighter/paramedic, sold her house and most of her belongings and set out to wander purely by instinct. Kristy works with people from all over the world and all walks of life, both individually and in groups. A common thread is embracing the unknown and trusting Life while waking up to the simplicity and complete freedom available to us all. Her word to describe this simple, fun, and beautiful way to live is to “Coddiwomple” – that is, to live by instinct, open to limitless possibilities and enjoying life along the way. Kristy’s home base is her Airstream trailer and she will most likely be wandering North America for the remainder of 2021.