Debra has been trained in various treatment models including Gestalt, Sensory Motor Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Restorative Breath Work and Mindfulness, to name a few.
Debra values Imagine Well Being’s mission to make available resources that support each person’s journey toward health and resilience. With IWB, she leads offerings on breathwork and self-compassion.
Dr. Nixon has 25 years of experience as a licensed professional counselor and a licensed marriage & family therapist, and 40 years of experience in the fields of healing, wellness and mindfulness.
Her passion is to help people heal from mental health conditions, physical health challenges, relationship difficulties and to “re-awaken” to their True Self and live a Life of Love, Happiness, Peace and Purpose. An expert in integrative behavioral health and healing, she is a sought-out speaker for professional conferences, businesses and community organizations.
A strategic thinker and innovator, Tony has served as a trusted advisor for executives at some of the most successful global organizations, including the National Basketball Association, AT&T, Daimler, Coca-Cola, Indeed, Whole Foods, Dow Chemicals and American Express. He has helped companies navigate transformational change, people & culture change, mergers and acquisitions and other initiatives impacting culture and human capital. His consulting expertise is backed by over 20 years of diverse leadership experience with a Fortune 100 company, and he is adept at providing strategic advice across industries. Tony holds a MS in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University.
Founder and CEO of Scaling Up, a global executive education and coaching company with over 200 partners on six continents, Verne has spent the past four decades helping companies scale up.
He’s the author of the bestseller Mastering the Rockefeller Habits and The Greatest Business Decisions of All Times, for which Jim Collins wrote the foreword. He also wrote Scaling Up (Rockefeller Habits 2.0), which has been translated into 22 languages and has won eight major international book awards including the prestigious International Book Award for Best General Business book. His latest book, Scaling Up Compensation, rocketed to the #1 HR book on Amazon.
Bob Lawrence is a Senior Associate General Counsel at Freddie Mac, pro bono immigration lawyer, and, albeit far from perfect, mindfulness practitioner and instructor. At Freddie Mac, Bob manages high-stakes litigation on behalf of the company. Since 2016, Bob has had an active pro bono immigration practice in which he has represented indigent detained immigrants in asylum cases before U.S. Immigration Courts. For the past approximately 20 years, Bob has imperfectly practiced mindfulness to take the edge off of depression and anxiety that he has experience’s most of his life. Bob also has lead a number of mindfulness stress reduction classes and seminars that advocate the use of mindfulness-based strategies to heal relationships.
Brigitta runs a nonprofit called UNO Souls. UNO Souls Chats honor beacons of light in our communities, in the hopes that the chats give people listening ideas about other ways to cope during these surreal times. She wants people to know that they are not alone.
Brigitta’s life changed and was enriched when she started meditating in the Vipassana style 27 years ago. She wants to highlight the importance of savoring the deliciousness of every present moment. She leads online meditation practices with the Mindful Meditation group through Imagine Well Being.
Brigitta is the CEO of UNO Translations and Communications, which she founded in 1998. UNO grew out of her personal experience seeing her parents struggle in learning another language and culture. The company not only offers translation services in more than 200 languages, but also consults with companies in international cultural business issues.
Nitin Dogra has been practicing meditation and yogic breath work for many years and enjoys sharing the practice with others. He has taught meditation for AT&T employees, Imagine Well Being and other community groups. Nitin loves to share these practices and concepts so that others can find the benefit of integrating more centeredness into daily life.