WATCH NOW! Check Out the Latest Podcast (Airdate: November 2) "Seeing Beyond Our Differences"
Featuring Mavis Karn, Judy Sedgeman, and Officer Jerry Williams, we have three guests transforming the troubled communities using the understanding we share with the Three Principles of Psychology (3P’s)
Mavis Karn, LSW, MA, is in private practice offering coaching, counseling, teaching, education, and consulting services. Mavis’ honesty and humble “true north” understanding of the inborn potential of each of us is deeply and broadly respected by clients and colleagues globally. She works from her home office in Minnesota. She’s the author of a well-known letter to juvenile inmates, The Secret.
Corporal Malcolm “Jerry” Williams
Malcolm Jerry Williams has 33 years of professional experience in Law Enforcement with specialized training in Community Policing and Drug Enforcement. Williams a certified drug expert in Alameda County Municipal Court, Superior Court and Juvenile Court. He has a reputation for working equally well with co-workers and community residents independently or a part of a team. As a result, Williams or “Jerry” as he prefers, was hand-picked by the Oakland Police Department Deputy Chief, (David Krause) and assigned to serve as a Community Police for two most violent, drug ridden communities in the City of Oakland. Williams was commissioned to protect, serve and work in partnership with these communities.
Jerry is credited by both residents and politicians with transforming Lockwood and Coliseum Gardens in East in East Oakland from two neighborhoods with the highest crime and homicide rate in the city to an area with 13% drop in crime and no homicides 5 years later. He strives to incorporate principles of Health realization with a basic respect for each citizen as he learns about the community and culture of each neighborhood in order to help them fight crime, family violence and unemployment within their own community.
As a result of his efforts in Oakland, U. S. Attorney General Janet Reno has praised Jerry’s work in Community Policing. Jerry also visited Washington, D.C. by the invitation of President Clinton.
Join us every three weeks at 1 PM (CDT) We gather for our podcast “Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane” every three weeks!
- Watch Episode #1 (Airdate: May 18th)
Featuring Beverley Wilson Hayes
- Watch Episode #2, (Airdate June 8th)
Resilience in Action: Healthcare and Healing
Featuring Teresa Walding RN, Louise O’Dailgh RN, and Debbie Milam
- Watch Episode #3 (Airdate: June 29)
Resilience in Action: The Body/Mind Connection Featuring Chana Studley, John El’Mokadem
- Watch Episode #4 (Airdate: July 20)
Resilience in Action: Transforming Corrections and Inmates in Recovery
Featuring: Jacqueline Hollows, Derrik Mason, Omar Wilson, and Peter Mears
- Watch Episode #5 (Airdate: August 10).
Resilience in Action: Transforming Communities at High Risk
Featuring: Joyce Davis (Bronx), Lloyd Fields ( South Carolina), Cynthia Stennis (Miami, Florida)
- Watch Episode #6 (Airdate: August 31) Featuring Michael Neill: Coach, Trainer, Author (“The Inside-Out Revolution”), and Consultant Michael Neill who wrote the forward to my new book
- Watch Episode #7 (Airdate: September 21)
“Resilience in Action: Transforming Schools, Children, Parents, and Education” with Barb Aust, Christa Campsall, and Gary Johnson
- Watch Episode #8 Airdate: (October 12) Panel Discussion.
“The 3 P’s facilitates True Recovery from Addictions” with Panel: Danielle Guinaugh, Lisa Portinga, Jacqueline Hollows, Bryan Johnson
- Next Podcast November 2, “Seeing Beyond Our Differences” with Mavis Karn, Judy Sedgeman, and Officer Jerry Williams