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living with Ease
Finding Inner Peace in a Chaotic World.
For many of us in this age of technology and information, life seems to be moving at a faster pace than ever before. The ease with which we connect, the sheer quantity of data that's available to us and the frantic pace of modern life seems to leave us fewer and fewer opportunities to slow down, get in touch with ourselves, and experience an inner peace and quiet that is so vital to our emotional health and overall sense of well-being.
Do we have to change our way of life in order to experience the inner peace and calm we crave, or does our sense of well-being derive from a deeper source; one that's much closer to home than we realize? Join Dr. Dicken Bettinger for a relaxing half-day seminar and learn how a new approach to human psychology and performance called the 3-Principles of Innate Health, can help you tap into your own inner reservoir of vitality and well-being.
Dr. Dicken Bettinger
Dr. Dicken Bettinger, Ed.D. received his doctorate in counseling psychology and is currently a retired licensed clinical psychologist. He co-founded a Three Principle training, counseling, and education center in Vermont prior to serving as a senior staff member at Pransky and Associates in La Conner, WA. for 16 years, where he developed and led corporate and university leadership trainings, team development, and executive coaching. Dicken also founded Three Principles Mentoring in 2012 and is the co-author of the recently published book called Coming Home
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Dr. Dicken Bettinger on Innate Health.
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What is Innate Health?
World-wide growth and impact of Innate-Health
A new approach to attaining inner-peace.
Innate-Health is remarkably effective
How Innate-Health differs from other approaches
Stories of impact.