Living Deeply: The Art and Science of Transformation
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, PhD
Tina Amorok, PsyD
Cassandra Vieten, PhD
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, Ph.D. is a clinical research scientist, medical
anthropologist, writer, speaker, thought leader, and change consultant.
Her work over the past three decades explores the interface of
consciousness, science, and healing. She is Vice President for Research
and Education at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Senior Scientist
at the Research Institute at California Pacific Medical Center. She has
published hundreds of articles on consciousness studies, lectured
widely on a number of topics, including talks at the United Nations, the
Smithsonian Institution, and the Explorers Club, has taught at Trinity,
Stanford, and Harvard Medical Centers, and is the co-editor of
"Consciousness and Healing. Integral Approaches to Mind Body Medicine"
(Churchill Livingston/Elsevier, 2005). Website: www.MarilynSchlitz.com
Cassandra Vieten, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist at Medicine Research Group at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute in San Francisco, and vice-president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the State of California, and several private foundations, and has focused on how emotion regulation is involved in addictions, on mindfulness-based approaches to cultivating health and well-being, and on experiences and practices that lead to psychospiritual transformation. She has published several academic articles and chapters as well as conducting numerous presentations at international scientific conferences.
Tina Amorok, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and Research Psychologist
at the Institute of Noetic Sciences where she co-edited the anthology,
"Consciousness and Healing: Integral Approaches to Mind-Body Medicine"
(Churchill Livingston / Elsevier, 2005). With a background in integral
health, clinical psychology, and change management, Amorok designs and
delivers programs on social wellness and transformation. Her current
research, "The Eco-Trauma and Eco-Recovery of Being," examines how to
heal and transform our relationship with the natural world.