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Premium Member Webinar Mary White 01 2016-02-25

Mental Health Counseling from a Three Principles Perspective

Start Date:
Jan 27, 2016 7:00 PM GMT
End Date:
Jan 27, 2016 7:30 PM GMT
Mary White
  1. 3P Supermind
    In this webinar Mary White will share some experiences as a Three Principles mental health counselor over the last 15 years. She will discuss what she has learned from trial and error; the healing power of listening; what to do when you don’t know what to do; seeing possibilities rather than limitations; how to work in an illness based system but not be a part of it, and whatever else comes to mind.
    She invites other 3 principles mental health practitioners to join in and share their stories or insights.

    Mary White

    Mary White is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Coach and Business Consultant based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She earned a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Saint Mary’s University in Minnesota and has maintained a private counseling and coaching practice since 2003 serving individual adults, adolescents, couples and groups. Mary provides in person or distance coaching for people who want to learn more about the Three Principles. She also creates Employee Wellness Trainings for businesses and organizations.
    Mary has contracted with numerous mental health agencies, dual diagnosis treatment centers and other organizations over the last 14 years providing educational seminars, facilitating mental health groups and conducting wellness trainings for staff. Her experience covers diverse settings serving people with a wide range of presenting concerns.
    Mary was first introduced to the Three Principles about 20 years ago as a client in counseling. Her own transformation inspired her to pursue education and credentialing in the mental health field so she could pass on this vital information to others. Concurrently she sought continuing education on the Three Principles through individual mentoring, workshops, conferences and Sydney Banks materials and lectures. Her passion is to help people overcome mental suffering and addiction by rediscovering their true nature and capacity for innate health. She aspires to be a “voice of change” in the behavioral health field.