3PGC Practitioner Registration
Are you interested in being listed as a Registered Three Principles Practitioner on the 3PGC.org website?
Some benefits of becoming a registered practitioner with 3PGC…
• listing in the 3PGC Registered Practitioner Directory on the 3PGC.org web site • regular videos by the 3PGC Board and other experienced 3PGC practitioners to help deepen your grounding in the 3 Principles • access to the practitioner event session videos • monthly practitioner Q&A webinars that present a wonderful opportunity for 3PGC registered practitioners to ask any questions about clients or their practices • discount on 3PGC events and conferences specifically for Registered Practitioners • be a part of a larger effort to help humanity • referrals from general public as well as other practitioners • post your events, books, blogs and podcasts, seen by our 5,000 plus mailing list • opportunity to speak on a 3PGC hosted webinar with the recordings uploaded to our YouTube channel.
Here’s how it works…
Check to see if you meet these four criteria:
1. You currently have a separate practice where you exclusively teach the 3 Principles as the way to help improve the mental well-being of your clients.
2. You have taught the Three Principles for a minimum of two years
3. You routinely refer to Sydney Banks as a primary source in your work and recommend his books and recordings to your clients
4. You are able to commit time and financial support to 3PGC:
- Provide occasional content (e.g. blogs, podcasts, Q&A, articles) for publication on the website, or periodically volunteer in some other capacity (planning, organizing, administrative)
- Contribute financially to 3PGC annually in accordance with the Annual Practitioner Membership Dues of $150 per year and any additional donations if you are able and willing to make
Read the 3PGC Principles-Based Practitioner Philosophy
We call listed practitioners “Principles-based Practitioners”. Simply put, a Principle based Practitioner is someone who is actively engaged in helping people realize their innate well being solely by gaining an understanding of how The Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought create their experience of life. Additionally, in order to be listed, a person must have been a Principles-based Practitioner for a minimum of two years and be willing to volunteer their time and financial support to 3PGC. The former two requirements show our visitors and members that our practitioners have been committed to teaching The Principles for a sustained period and are committed for the future as well.
If a practitioner believes and practices that an understanding of The Three Principles is the sole key to mental health, we feel comfortable listing him or her on our site. If a practitioner believes and practices that something is required in addition to an understanding of The Three Principles, we would elect not to list that practitioner on our site. If we were to list any practitioners who combined The Principles with other approaches, it would be inconsistent with our stated purpose and a misrepresentation to the public.
Our decision on whether or not to list a given practitioner is based simply on what that practitioner tells us regarding the above criteria. This criteria and each practitioner’s good faith response to whether they meet it or not is the only due diligence or “quality control” that we believe is possible or appropriate. Therefore, a practitioner who confirms that they meet the criteria and that they desire to be listed would be listed based on that confirmation. 3PGC has no interest in policing or otherwise evaluating a Principles-based Practitioner or Practice. We do not intend to concern ourselves with how individuals use or understand The Principles in their work, the language they use to teach The Principles, or the context in which they teach them. That is not our place.
Next to maintaining the integrity of our organizational purpose and belief about The Principles, our highest priority is being inclusive and open-minded. We want to emphasize that we pass no judgment regarding any practitioner who does not meet the definition of Principles-based Practitioner above. We recognize and respect that not everybody sees The Principles the way 3PGC does, that every person must practice as they see fit, and that there are bound to be differences of opinion on this matter. We are hopeful that these differences will not deter practitioners from joining 3PGC as a general member. We do not expect or require any practitioner to agree or comply with our definition of a Principles-based Practitioner in order to join the organization as a general member. The above criteria deal only with membership at the Practitioner level.
Finally, we recognize and appreciate that there are as many ways to teach The Three Principles as there are practitioners doing so. We believe that the pivotal question deals with one’s belief regarding the value of The Principles: Does a practitioner see The Three Principles as a complete basis for practice (and helping clients find well being) in and of itself, or as something to be used in combination with other approaches? We will trust each practitioner’s answer to that important question as our primary standard.
We hope this clearly describes our philosophy on the subject of Principles-based Practitioners. If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, we would greatly appreciate if you would contact us at email@example.com
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If you meet all four of the listed criteria and agree with the 3PGC Principles-Based Practitioner Philosophy, please order the downloadable 3PGC Registered Practitioner Application. There is a $25 application administration fee.
If you were a 3PGC Registered Practitioner, and your practitioner dues has lapsed longer than 3 months, you will need to fill out the application and re-apply.
If you do not meet one or more of the criterion, we encourage you to come back in the future should your situation change.
Thank you for your interest and support in bringing the Three Principles to a broader audience.