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The Anthropedia Foundation is an educational organization that teaches individuals, professionals, and nonprofits ways to cultivate mental health and well-being in order to decrease rates of lifestyle- and stress-related illness.
Anthropedia was founded in 2004 by Dr. Lauren Munsch Dal Farra, Dr. Sita Kedia, and Dr. Kevin Cloninger and is based in St. Louis, Missouri, with training courses offered in various locations around the world such as New York, Colorado, Sweden, and France.
We live in challenging times; our minds and bodies are stressed in ways they have never been before. People are in need of education and support in order to adapt to a changing world. Well-being is much more than a luxury; our search for meaning, purpose, and well-being are an essential part of what makes us human. Without it, we aren’t living: we are merely surviving.
Our name is our mission; we educate (pedia) people about how to express their human (anthropos) potential in order to face the challenges of the twenty-first century.
Sustainable well-being in a changing world.
We promote sustainable health and well-being and work to decrease rates of lifestyle and stress-related illness through research and development, training, and coaching.
We help cultivate personal, professional, and community well-being
Individuals seeking to grow in health and well-being.
- Well-Being and Resilience
Individuals seeking personal and professional growth in order to foster the well-being of those they serve.
- Well-Being Coach Certication
- Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI)
Organizations, institutions, and communities seeking to create a culture of health and well-being.
- Assessment Program
- Workshops and Training
- Educational Resources
- Curriculum Design and Development