Intimate Conversations – Highlights with Jerry & Diane
Jerry & Diane taught us SO much. They have been married for over 30 years now and their beliefs and ethos is so inspiring. Some of the things that I loved from this interview are how they NEVER use words as weapons (how many times have you said something hutful and later regretted it?)
AND, they have a “to BE” list (like to “to-do” list) and they go over it together every day. This simple practice has been their most profound practices. Who would have thought? These are people who have done it ALL, every clearing, every exercise and THIS is their most effective practice.
You really should visit their website and download their “to be” list & also take a look at their upcoming event, The 40th Annual Attitudinal Healing Conference:https://allanapratt.com/jerryanddiane/
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Go sign up now! & take a peek at their (AMAZING) bios below:
Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D. is a graduate of Stanford Medical School and a former faculty member of the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco, where he has held fellowships in child psychiatry at Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute. He is an internationally recognized authority in the fields of psychiatry, health, and education. In 1975, he established the original Center for Attitudinal Healing in Tiburon, California, where children, adolescents, and adults with life threatening illnesses and grief and loss may find peace of mind that is transforming for them and their families. Through his work at the Center, Dr. Jampolsky created the first Peer Support Group Model based on Attitudinal Healing Principles now used extensively worldwide. In 1987, he helped co-found with Dr. Diane Cirincione the AIDS Hotline for Kids based at the Center. There are dozens of independent Centers for Attitudinal Healing all serving their communities. Dr. Jampolsky is the founder of a non-profit foundation responding to worldwide requests to introduce and mentor culturally appropriate adaptations of Attitudinal Healing; integrating this innovative, time tested psycho-social-spiritual model into every aspect of daily life. Dr. Jampolsky has published extensively and is also the author of Love is Letting Go Of Fear; Teach Only Love: The 12 Principles of Attitudinal Healing; Goodbye to Guilt; Out of Darkness Into the Light; One Person Can Make a Difference; Forgiveness-The Greatest Healer of All; Shortcuts to God; and To Give is To Receive – An 18 Day Mini Course for Healing Relationships and Bringing About Peace of Mind. He is co-author with Dr. Cirincione of Love Is The Answer; Wake-Up Calls; Change Your Mind, Change Your Life; Simple Thoughts That Can Change Your Life; and for children, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. His most recent books include The ‘Oh Shit’ Factor – Waste Management for Our Minds and with Dr. Cirincione, The Mini Course for Life.
Diane V. Cirincione-Jampolsky, Ph.D. is a therapist and former postdoctoral clinical researcher at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at the University of California, San Francisco. In addition to her Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology, she also has expertise and her B.S. Degree in Organizational Behavior. Dr. Cirincione is an internationally known lecturer and author as well as an entrepreneur with 40 years business experience in corporate as well as owner of her own six companies. She serves on numerous Boards including the World Business Academy. She is President of the Jampolsky Outreach Foundation, a non-profit foundation responding to worldwide requests to introduce and mentor culturally appropriate adaptations of Attitudinal Healing, integrating this innovative, time tested psycho-social-spiritual model into every aspect of daily life. As co-founder with Dr. Jampolsky, she currently serves as Executive Director of Attitudinal Healing International (AHI), an educational, logistics, and support organization working with and mentoring Attitudinal Healing Centers, Groups, and development projects globally. From 1982-1992, through Dr. Jampolsky’s project, “Children as Teachers of Peace,” Dr. Cirincione inspired individuals from numerous countries to bridge youth from conflicting countries around the world. In addition to extensive work overseas, Dr. Cirincione is also the author of Sounds of the Morning Sun and The Identification of Relationships Between Women Witnessing Spousal Abuse in Childhood and Psychological Symptomatic Distress in Adulthood. She is co-author with Dr. Jampolsky of Love Is The Answer; Wake-Up Calls; Change Your Mind, Change Your Life; Simple Thoughts That Can Change Your Life; and for children, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. In addition to the other books she has co-authored with Dr. Jampolsky mentioned above, her most recent releases include A Mini Course for Life and Finding Our Way Home.
Dr. Jampolsky and Dr. Cirincione are married and have been invited to lecture and consult together for over 30 years in 60 countries as well as throughout the United States on psychology, psychiatry, mental and physical health, the power of change, Attitudinal Healing, loss, grief, death and other life transitions, interpersonal relationships, and education and business as they affect both our personal and professional lives.
Both are members of the adjunct faculty of the John A. Burns School of Medicine – University of Hawaii. They have appeared on hundreds of national and international television and radio shows throughout the years. They continue to work cross-culturally and globally. While working with and learning from people worldwide, they have both been the recipients of numerous international awards including:
2009 Oakland, CA Super Hero Award – Serving the Community
2006 Honolulu, HI Backen/Brown World Integrated Health Award
2005 Washington, DC American Medical Association – Excellence in
Medicine – Pride in the Profession Award (GJ only)
2005 Kihei, Hawaii Ghandi-King Season for Non Violence Award
2004 Monterey, CA Golden Works Award
2004 Minneapolis, MN The Light of God Expressing Award
2003 San Francisco, CA Champions of Forgiveness Award
2002 San Francisco, CA SC – Humanitarian Service Award
2001 London, England World Peace Flame Award
1999 Phoenix, Arizona Lifetime Achievement Award (GJ only)
1995 San Francisco, CA National Humanitarian Homecare Award
1990 Moscow, Russia Soviet American Citizen Award
1989 Washington, D.C. National Caring Institute Award
1988 San Diego, CA Jehan Sadat Peace Award
1987 Stockholm, Sweden Pan Humanitarian Award>