Why Support Research?

What is so special about the Three Principles that someone (Ron McVety) would want to fund research to document what it is and how it works? Every time I meet a volunteer 3P practitioner I think, "There it is, that something special about 3P!" The energy, enthusiasm, and wellbeing that 3P volunteers share are instructive to how impactful the understanding really is. Volunteering is rewarding, but even more so when you see your work making a big difference in the lives of others. Our next McVety Research Support Award recipients fit perfectly into that description. A small group of coaches wanting to make a difference in the wellbeing of their community. So they volunteered, dedicating themse

Who Wins?

There are a growing number of Three Principles practitioners who share their understanding as volunteers. These individuals and groups aren’t looking for financial reimbursement, instead, they revel in the insights, behavioral changes and the transformed lives of their clients. This is striking because these clients aren’t easy. Volunteers find themselves in prisons, at homeless shelters or providing programming for addicts – all populations whose traditional therapists and caseworkers have notoriously high burn out rates themselves! Our most recent winner of a McVety Research Support Award, Caroline Powell is one of these inspired volunteers. Caroline worked with homelessness on the streets

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