Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane: Unlocking Resilience in Turbulent Times (Find Your Inner Strength)
DescriptionFor the past forty years, bestselling author Joe Bailey has been working as a clinical psychologist and has been teaching and writing about the exciting new paradigm called the Three Principles. In this book, he seeks to pass on how these Principles have allowed him to access his own resilient nature in the midst of all this uncertainty. Having experienced professional and personal burnout, Joe has learned not only how to live, but to thrive in the eye of the hurricane.
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About the Author
Joseph Bailey, M.A., L.P. is a licensed psychologist, an author, seminar leader, consultant to organizations, public speaker, and psychotherapist. Joseph is a pioneer in bringing a new paradigm into the fields of psychology, addictions, and professional stress and burnout prevention. As a clinical psychologist he has spent the past fifty years doing psychotherapy, public speaking, teaching and consulting to medical institutions such as Mayo Clinic, The University of Minnesota Medical School--Inner Life of Healers Program, numerous addiction treatment centers, and social service agencies. He has been traveling nationally and internationally (Europe, India, South Africa and Latin America) to promote his books and speaking to organizations. His book, Slowing Down to the Speed of Life (1997, Harper/Collins ISBN 0-06-251453-9) co-authored with Dr. Richard Carlson), and his four others that have sold over a half million copies in sixty-five countries and are in twenty-six languages.
His work has included co-founding The Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health, developing programs for health care provider wellness at the University of Minnesota Inner Life of Healers Program and numerous hospitals including North Memorial Hospital, Minneapolis, East Lansing Health System and Mayo Clinic Arizona (The Resilient Physician Program). He has also worked extensively in treatment centers for addictions--Gulf Breeze Recovery, Meridian Systems and Farnum Center, and numerous social service agencies.
Using Joseph's teachings a diverse and wide-ranging number of nurses, doctors, therapists, first responders, social service providers, and other allied health care professionals, have jumpstarted their careers and renewed their lives even during the most extreme global and societal stressors. Lay people and professionals alike have jumpstarted their inner source of well-being and creative intelligence--the birthright of all human beings. Joseph lives with his wife in St. Paul, Minnesota and writes at his cabin in the Canadian wilderness.