Featured Members

Featured Member: Karen Henry

Posted Jun 24, 2022

Karen Henry has been part of the psychology industry since her master’s in community psychology in 1999. In 2007, while beginning her doctoral journey, she came across a now famous article by Peterson and Park (2006). A quote in the article–“The good in life is not the absence of bad”–resonated as a game-changing worldview that […]

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Featured Member: Alex Green

Alex Green

Posted Mar 29, 2022

Kia ora e te whānau INPM Ko Alex tōku ingoa Nō Liverpool ahau [Hello to the family of INPM My name is Alex I am from Liverpool in the UK] I live in Aotearoa, New Zealand and have done so for the last 12 years.  I work as a counsellor in both private practice and […]

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Featured Member: Christina Baird, PhD

Christina Baird

Posted Mar 29, 2022

Kia ora koutou, Greetings from New Zealand.  I am Christina Baird, a psychologist based in Auckland. From when I began studying psychology in 1989, I have been determined to focus on using psychology to help people grow and flourish.  This meant that I didn’t take the straightforward path of becoming a clinical psychologist and working […]

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Featured Member: Alison Manuel-Morgan

Posted Dec 22, 2021

Hello everyone. My name is Alison Manuel-Morgan. I recently completed an MSc in Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology. I work as a Life and Leadership Coach mostly for staff within various UN agencies, with a focus on women leaders. My passion lies in the topic of self-transcendence. This began over a decade ago when I […]

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Featured Member: Sergio Bero

Posted Dec 22, 2021

I graduated in Psychology at the University of Deusto, located in my hometown, Bilbao. This city in Northern Spain has an indisputable personality: cold at first, but warm when you let yourself fall in love with it. Deusto’s broadly behavioral approach combined well with the more biological approach that I experienced in the Middlesex University […]

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Featured Member: Adam Mars

Posted Oct 7, 2021

I am a PhD student based at Lancaster University, located in the North of England. I am funded by the School for Public Health Research division of the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). My attraction to the International Network on Personal Meaning can really be said to derive from the intersection and overlapping of […]

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Featured Member: Adeeba Hakkim

Posted Oct 7, 2021

Hi! I’m a doctoral research scholar in Psychology at the Department of Liberal Arts at Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH), India. I have a Master’s degree with specialization in counselling psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, and a Bachelor’s from University of Delhi. I was drawn to qualitative research ever since […]

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Featured Member: Daniel Xavier Fleming

Posted Oct 7, 2021

I’m an independent counselor, Expressive Arts Coach, and educator, based in Aotearoa New Zealand. I am currently completing a DHSc (Doctor of Health Science) degree at Auckland University of Technology, focused on understanding the unconscious in arts therapy from a phenomenological perspective. My interest in existential-phenomenological psychology brought me to second wave positive psychology, which […]

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Featured Member: Talal Alzabidi

Posted Oct 7, 2021

My name is Talal, from Yemen. I hold a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, as well as a degree in General Psychology. In graduate school, I organized and gave several talks related to mental health from a psychological perspective. I encourage people to know themselves and talk about their psychological problems. In the last five […]

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New Member: Ruth Cooper-Dickson, BA (Hons), MA, MSc

Posted Jun 15, 2021

A positive psychology practitioner and resilience, wellbeing and accredited trauma-informed coach, I work with individuals, global brands, and charities to help them thrive. Bringing with me many years of experience in Mental Wealth consultancy, accredited coaching and training, my work has taken me to diverse environments—from multinational corporates to refugee camps in the Greek Isles, and […]

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