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the incredible truth behind growth and transformation
Identifying the key to true lasting change.
Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection and teshuva (self-improvement), but it can also be frustrating as we often find ourselves facing the same issues we "fixed" last year. Don't despair! Real, lasting change is not only possible; it's natural. Join special guest speakers, Dr. Keith Blevens and Valda Monroe for a relaxing half-day seminar and learn how to harness your own innate capacity for ongoing growth and development. Rosh Hashanah can be more than just the beginning of a new year; it can be the beginning of a lifetime of evolution and transformation.
Dr. Keith Blevens and Valda Monroe
Dr. Keith Blevens Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who holds advanced degrees from Indiana University and a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University. He is the former director of psychological services at Baylor University, has held adjunct faculty positions at nine universities, and was a senior associate at Pransky and Associates for 16 years.
Valda Monroe has been collaborating with her husband Keith on Innate Health related projects for 38 years, after meeting Syd Banks, the father of the Innate Heath approach, who became a close friend and mentor. She has developed a unique approach to teaching the principles of Innate Health that is used in hospital systems, leadership training, coaching and counselling. Keith and Valda currently own their own private consulting firm in Laconner WA.
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Keith and Valda on our innate capacity for growth and change.
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The Key to Lasting Growth.
Seeing the Larger Truth
Insight as an Engine of Change
A New Direction
Self-Criticism as an Impediment to Change