Understanding our impact
Our coaches are teachers striving to strengthen their curriculum in order to better serve their students, counselors working to improve their practice through advanced certification, and retirees looking to be of service during the next chapter of their life, to name just a few examples. Our clients are homeless men and women wanting to find peace and calm in the chaos, business executives trying to better manage their stress, and helping professionals wanting support for the compassion fatigue they experience due to the overwhelming suffering in the world.
Specifically, our programs have helped participants increase well-being and resilience as measured by the CDC’s Public Health Surveillance Well-Being Scale, the Temperament and Character Inventory, and Harvard’s Flourishing Scale. Participants experienced increases in: overall mental and physical health, character development including self-directedness and cooperativeness, happiness and life satisfaction, meaning and purpose, a sense of accomplishment, energy level, hopefulness, cheerfulness, financial and material stability, and social and family life satisfaction.
Anthropedia strives hard to fulfill its mission to help the public grow in health and well-being. In our annual reports, you can find out more about our activities