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The Ecology of Well-Being

How 5 Dimensions of Health & Wellness Can Lead You to a Happier and Healthier Life

Here's what you'll learn in this free 60-minute training based on the pioneering research of Dr. C. Robert Cloninger:
  • Learn how to stay resilient in the challenging times in which we live.
  • Understand how imbalances in nature lead to imbalances in our well-being and what you can do about it.
  • Explore the essential role self-awareness plays in helping you grow in well-being.
  • Deepen your understanding of the Ecology of Well-being by understanding the complex relationships between your biology, psychology, spirituality,  and other factors.
  • Understand why “one-size-fits-all” approaches, “quick fixes,” and “5-step methods” for health and wellness don’t lead to lasting change.
  • Explore how Anthropedia’s resources can help you experience lasting well-being. 

Presented by

Kevin Cloninger, PhD, NBC-HWC

Executive Director, Anthropedia

Kevin Cloninger, Ph.D. is a researcher, an educator, and a coach, and currently serves as Executive Director of the Anthropedia Foundation, and Director of Coaching at PALM Integrative Health. An award-winning teacher and public speaker, Dr. Cloninger has taught at almost every level of education and served as President of the American Association of Teaching and Curriculum in 2015.

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C. Robert Cloninger, MD

Director of the Anthropedia Institute

The former Wallace Renard Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Genetics, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Director of the Center for Well-Being, Dr. Cloninger is currently Professor Emeritus at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Dr. Cloninger is widely cited and honored for his innovative biopsychosocial research that spans the genetics, neurobiology, development, psychology, brain imaging, and assessment of personality and psychopathology. His personality inventory, the Temperament and Character Inventory, has been used in more than 6000 peer-reviewed publications around the world. Dr. Cloninger has published ten books and over 600 articles in psychiatry, psychology, and genetics.