The upcoming Holiday season is a time of giving, sharing, connecting, laughter and love.
The Principles point to us how understanding the nature of feelings allows a person to not be frightened or put off by any feeling, and to experience them more gracefully.
Dicken and Cathy will be sharing their tales of the holiday feelings, and through this understanding, allows them to have more of the holiday feelings that extended well beyond the holiday season.
Dicken BettingerI have had a long career as a licensed psychologist and as an educator. My current business is 3 Principles Mentoring, which I founded to guide individuals, groups, and organizations in deepening their understanding of the Three Principles. I lead seminars around the world in the Three Principles as taught by my teacher Mr. Sydney Banks. I met Sydney Banks in 1986 and feel fortunate that, for 23 years, I was able to learn directly from him. My seminars teach the foundations behind mental well-being and point people toward their own wisdom.
In 1991, I co-founded the first Three Principles center in the Northeastern U.S. Later, I spent 16 years as a senior staff associate at Pransky and Associates where I developed and led corporate and university leadership trainings, team development, and executive coaching. I worked with individuals and couples to help them raise their levels of well-being.
I am a graduate of St. Lawrence University, received my Master's Degree from Penn State University, and my Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Boston University. My wife Coizie and I have been married for 47 years and have two children and two grandchildren. I enjoy photography, hiking, canoeing, and traveling. I am so grateful for this deep understanding that allows me to navigate life with ease and joy.
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.