Joseph Bailey presents Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane
Wednesday, February 16, 7:00 PM
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In conversation with Dr. Henry Emmons
Joseph Bailey (licensed clinical psychologist for over 40 years) helped pioneer a new paradigm of resilience called “Three Principles Psychology”. Those who have learned this new understanding of resilience develop an inner strength that enables them to live in the “eye of the hurricane”, even in the most challenging situations.
What is the Transformation Principle? The Transformation Principle is a realization of the fundamental way our mind works, bringing about a “transformative resilience” and radically shifting the way we understand ourselves and our chaotic world. It creates an inner strength that enables us to see that it is our thinking that creates our experience and the quality of our lives.
Burnout prevention and resilience in a changing world. As a leader in the field of addiction therapies and strategies for overcoming fear and burnout, Joseph Bailey has piloted a number of programs on transformative resilience at the Mayo Clinic, The University of Minnesota Medical School, addiction treatment centers, and healthcare facilities. Thousands of students, clients, and professionals have been inspired and educated by his Transformation Principle. He has provided his program of practical tips and proven methods to first responders and a variety of professions including businesses, social service agencies, hospitals, universities, and school communities.
In this ground-breaking book:
- Realize you are the author of your own reality
- Rediscover your innate mental health
- Build your inner strength
If you learned from books like Addicted to the Monkey Mind, The New Normal, or Leverage Your Mindset, you’ll love Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane.
Joseph Bailey, M.A., L.P. is a licensed psychologist and also the author of The Serenity Principle, The Speed Trap and Slowing Down to the Speed of Life (with Richard Carlson). His writing and consulting all focus on helping people see their innate capacity for balance, wisdom, and happiness. He lives in St. Paul, MN.
Henry Emmons, MD is an integrative psychiatrist who weaves together mind-body and natural therapies, mindfulness teachings, and other holistic approaches for common mental health problems like depression and anxiety. He practices with Partners in Resilience in Minneapolis, and is a co-founder of Natural Mental Health, offering trusted information and holistic products to help individuals of all ages optimize their mental health and build resilience in mind, body, and spirit.
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