By Joe Perez
- Richard Barrett is founder and chairman of the Barrett Values Centre and an internationally recognized thought leader on values, culture, leadership and consciousness. An author, speaker and social commentator on the evolution of human values in business and society, he is also a Fellow of the RSA, a United Kingdom-based enlightenment organization.
- Lori Galperin, MSW, LCSW initially earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and later completed her graduate degree in Clinical Social Work at Tulane University. She is an accomplished contributor in the fields of marital and sexual dysfunction, sexual compulsivity, sexual trauma, dissociative and eating disorders. Lori lectures nationally and internationally on these topics and has authored various journal articles and book chapters.
- Claudia Kleefeld holds her Bachelor of the Arts from University of Southern California, Los Angeles and a postgraduate degree from The Byam Shaw College of Art. She is a painter and photographer incorporating sound, photography, video, the spoken word and written word into her work. She makes art that considers humanness, examining the voice of the individual as it correlates with the external world.
- Dr. Bill Little received his PhD in Physics from Georgia Tech in 1969 and was teaching at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey where he first heard about Religious Science. He returned to New York to continue his Ministerial studies and before long he came back as the Minister at the Monterey Church where he remained until 1987. In 1989, at the request of many friends and supporters, he began Pacific Coast Church. Dr. Bill was awarded a Doctorate in Religious Science in 1986. Also, just for fun, he teaches mathematics at Monterey Peninsula College.
- Charles Randall Paul is president and chairman of the Foundation for Interreligious Diplomacy, an organization promoting and facilitating communication between people experiencing conflicts inspired by religious differences. He has an M.B.A., Harvard University and a Ph.D. from The University of Chicago, Committee on Social Thought.
- Anthony Robbins is a world authority on leadership psychology, peace negotiator, humanitarian, strategic advisor to world leaders, successful entrepreneur, honored business strategist, award-winning speaker, internationally best-selling author, authority on peak performance, and innovator in psychology and intervention. His nonprofit, the Anthony Robbins Foundation, provides assistance to inner-city youth, senior citizens, homeless, and feeds millions of people in countries all over the world.
- Dr. Mark Schwartz, Sc.D. earned his doctorate in Psychology and Mental Health from Johns Hopkins University and is a licensed psychologist. Over the past 30 years, Dr. Schwartz has achieved international recognition for his contributions in a variety of clinical arenas, including the treatment of intimacy disorders, marital and sexual dysfunction, sexual compulsivity, sexual trauma and eating disorders.
- Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and author who has pioneered the application of systems concepts of family therapy to this intrapsychic realm. Dr. Schwartz co-authored, with Michael Nichols, Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods, the most widely used family therapy text in the U.S. He founded the Center for Self Leadership (CSL), which has evolved a comprehensive approach for working with individuals, couples, and families.