Anthropedia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that trains people to become certified professional Health and Wellness Coaches specialized in promoting mental health and well-being. Our certified well-being coaches provide in-depth and meaningful coaching to people of all backgrounds seeking personal growth, fulfillment, and improved mental health.

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A drastic increase in mental health challenges.

The rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide are at an all-time high; it is a harsh reality that most of us face in one way or another. While these troubling times are tragic, they also shed light on the fact that traditional medical and psychotherapeutic approaches are necessary but insufficient tools for fostering long-lasting mental health and resilience.

Self-awareness can transform lives & promote well-being.

By training well-being coaches and offering Know Yourself Coaching, we give people something they vitally need: access to tools, resources, and techniques that allow them to grow in self-understanding and express more of their full potential.

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Our Expertise

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Anthropedia's Core Model

At the core of Anthropedia’s model is extensive research in the fields of personality, genetics, lifestyle medicine, and mental health directed at understanding how to help people make positive changes in their behavior, increase self-determination, and develop an outlook of unity.

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The Anthropedia Institute

Our evidence-based resources have been designed by a multidisciplinary team of volunteers that consists of accomplished physicians, psychiatrists, educators, psychologists, artists, and sociologists who research wellness and health promotion strategies within their respective fields.

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Dr. C. Robert Cloninger

Dr. C. Robert Cloninger, a world-renowned psychiatrist and researcher, leads Anthropedia's research and development. In his book, Feeling Good: The Science of Well-Being, Dr. Cloninger elucidates many of the principles necessary for living a more fulfilled, satisfying, and resilient life.

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