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Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight: Paula Sacco

Alumni Spotlight: Paula Sacco

by Suzee Connole Paula Sacco, MBA, CPCC, is a 2018 graduate of the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology and also holds a certification in professional coaching. She specializes in helping...

Alumni Spotlight: Lynda Wallace

Alumni Spotlight: Lynda Wallace

Lynda Wallace, Director of WBI's Coaching Certification Program, spent 20 years in the corporate world before shifting her focus toward positive psychology. The Certificate in Wholebeing Positive...

The Wonderful Thing About Triggers

The Wonderful Thing About Triggers

by Linda D. Wiesinger Triggers. We all have them. Anyone who came through childhood has them, which I assume is pretty much all of us. Someone says or does something—looks at us with a certain...

Alumni Spotlight: Stories of Transformation

Alumni Spotlight: Stories of Transformation

We're always deeply moved by the stories our alumni tell us about how the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology changed their life. Today, we share with you two of those stories. First,...

CiPP Spotlight: Lisa Brown

CiPP Spotlight: Lisa Brown

by Suzee Connole The CiPP Spotlight has been my baby for the past year or so. I’ve talked with some marvelous people doing amazing things in their field. With the new year come new ideas! Meet Lisa...

CiPP Alumni Spotlight: Ruth Pearce

CiPP Alumni Spotlight: Ruth Pearce

by Suzee Connole The work of a project manager is all about facilitating communication and coordination among groups of people. That’s why CiWPP alum Ruth Pearce, who has been a project manager for...

Love: It’s All in the Eyes

Love: It’s All in the Eyes

CiPP Spotlight: Linda Jackson by Suzee Connole Oxytocin, known as the love or cuddle hormone, is often released by physical touch, but what about eye contact? Research shows that a person needs five...