3P Research with Jack Pransky and Tom Kelley

Excerpt from 2015 Telesummit

Jack PranskyJack Pransky: We would encourage everyone who is running any kind of program applying the 3 Principles understanding to what helps people improve their mental health to use this inventory (the Three Principles Inventory, or 3PI) that measures 3 Principles understanding and those insights into thought recognition and inner health via a clear mind that we were talking about earlier.

Along with some other accepted measures of improved mental health we can build up a body of evidence using the same kind of scale that will eventually be able to make a huge difference in people’s lives. I just wanted to throw that in as an encouragement.

Tom Kelly: Absolutely, and if people are not sure what instruments to use because they may vary and probably will vary depending on the population you are training, please feel free to contact me. If I think Jack can help I will try to persuade him after I hear from whoever contacts me since he is so busy.
 

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November/December 2015 Newsletter

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November/December 2015 Newsletter

Wishing you and yours a peaceful and wonderful Holiday Season and Happy New Year from the Board and Staff of CSC
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Upcoming Programs in 2016

Excitement is building and opportunities are multiplying. Center for Sustainable Change is rapidly becoming a community of support -- the HUB -- that is essential for adequately and effectively spreading an understanding of the Three Principles in communities all over the world.

CSC HAS GREAT NEWS!

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Additions to Our CSC Team

Two new people have joined our team: Judith Sedgeman, EdD is our new Program Development Consultant, and Charlotte Firestone is our new Social Media and Web Wrangler.  Also, please join us in congratulating A.M. Stewart on her new position as CSC's Content Creator.

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2015 Transforming Community Telesummit

CSC's 3rd Annual Virtual Telesummit was held on October 18 - 22, 2015.  It was a wonderful success, with 1,176 people registered.

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