Many of us have had circumstances or events that have not been in our favor. If we look back upon them, we will see that:
So what accounts for this ability we have?
- We came through out the other side and regained our bearings.
- During the actual experience of hardship, we had moments of clarity and wisdom.
I am looking forward to having a dialogue about this topic.
Cathy CaseyCatherine Casey, BSW, M.A., Clinical Psychology - International Training Consultant
Catherine has been conducting “ State of Mind Programs” to a wide range of people in many different environments from business to prisons throughout the world for the past 20 years.
Catherine is currently implementing a principle based Resiliency Program in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, San Jose, California, one of the largest public hospitals in the United States. People wanting to advance their consulting/coaching careers also seek her out for her mentoring services.
Environments where Catherine has provided her consulting services include:
Fortune 500 Corporations, i.e.: Dow Chemical, BAE Defense Systems, Chlorox, Boston Scientific. Medical Centers, State and County Government organizations, Adult and Juvenile Criminal Justice Systems (including San Quentin Prison), Educational Institutions (Elementary through College), Psychiatric Residential Facilities, Addiction Treatment Programs.
Catherine’s passion and vision is to reignite the resiliency and wisdom in all people in all environments. She currently lives in San Jose, California.