Psychology of Vision
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Emily Chu

October 8, 2019 1:59 pm Published by

Knowing my value… Emily was sadly born a girl in Taipei, Taiwan ☹ Discovering Psychology of Vision in 2005, she quickly became passionate about it and successfully evolved to ???. Initially applying this passion as a Mandarin interpreter for many PoV trainings, she found her commitment increasing and become a trainer in 2018. Having healed… View Article

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Babs Stevens

October 8, 2019 1:58 pm Published by

I’ve always known that Peace is my path… Babs’ sense of purpose led her on a healing journey. In 1991, she was introduced to Psychology of Vision through a workshop held in her hometown. She found PoV to be the fastest model of healing she had ever encountered. As Chief Administrative Officer of the Skidegate… View Article

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Francine Girard

October 8, 2019 1:57 pm Published by

“I feel PoV chose me!” With more than 25 years of experience in Psychology of Vision, Francine is the director of PoV’s International Training Program. By tapping into her engineering and yogic background, she has guided the program structure, and, in partnership with the global trainer community, continues to help it evolve. Her mission is… View Article

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Bernadette Demens

October 8, 2019 1:57 pm Published by

“All I want is Truth!” Bernadette Bernadette Demens has been a student of the Psychology of Vision model for over 15 years and as a trainer she is passing on her acquired knowledge to others. Having practiced Social Work for 35 years in a variety of settings, she has embraced PoV, seeing it as a… View Article

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Chuck Spezzano

October 8, 2019 1:53 pm Published by

Chuck Spezzano, PhD is a world-renowned seminar leader, author, visionary and founder of Psychology of Vision. He holds a doctorate in Psychology and since the mid-70’s he has been researching the psychological and spiritual steps to Oneness. He has led workshops worldwide since 1980. His workshops are for anyone in the healing professions or on… View Article

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