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Vonda Pratt was born and raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Central Arkansas and upon graduation she was accepted into the Master’s Program of Education at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Instead of attending the master’s program she was hired by American Airlines as a flight attendant. She has just retired after 33 years of flying. She has been married to Dr. George Pratt for the past 20 years and they reside in La Jolla, California. She has been the event coordinator for the past 6 years for George’s seminars in Hawaii and Sedona.

Nancy Mramor is a media and health psychologist, a Spiritual Fitness Coach, a speaker and award winning author, of the book Spiritual Fitness. Her COVR award was the same award won that year by the Dalai Lama. In 2011, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center awarded Nancy and her UPMC Shadyside colleagues a grant for the production of the

stunning Hypnosis for Health DVD.

She has appeared in over 350 placements in TV, radio and print. Her RxTV prescriptions assist people in making healthy use of TV and technology. She has appeared on CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX and many other venues. Nancy has been an invited speaker at conferences in Europe, around the United States and at the American Psychological Association. She has consulted to businesses, schools, hospitals, private practice, has been on the faculty of five Pennsylvania universities and was voted one of Western Pennsylvania’s most successful women. Her interest in dolphin therapy led her to swim with dolphins both in captivity and in the wild.

2011 found Nancy releasing the book

Top Ten Tips for Lasting Happiness, a compilation

of 17 authors with expertise in the areas found

by research to produce happiness.

BOARD MEMBER:Lendell Braud,Ph.D.

PRESIDENT: Mimi Lupin,

M.A., L.P.C., L.S.S.P.

BOARD MEMBER:George Pratt, Ph.D.


BOARD MEMBER:Nancy Mramor Kajuth

M.S., C.A.G.S., Ph.D.

Lendell Braud, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology and has been employed at Texas Southern University in Houston Texas for forty years. Dr. Braud graduated Cum Laude from the University of Houston and spent one semester after obtaining her Ph.D. doing research at Princeton University. She has worked as a psychologist at numerous residential treatment centers in Houston, Texas and also has had a part private practice in addition to her teaching duties. Her research on learning disabilities and emotional problems of children and

teens has been published in both educational and psychological journals and she often presents her research findings at conferences nationally. She taught a practicum each semester and supervised graduate students at the residential treatment center where she was head psychologist and taught graduate level courses at Texas Southern University. Dr. Braud has a particular interest in students with learning disabilities as well

as emotional problems.


George Pratt, Ph.D. has served as Chairman of Psychology, Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, California and has also been on staff for over 20 years. He has been in private practice for over 30 years and has taught at the University of Minnesota and is now at the University of California, San Diego. He appears in our film discussing and demonstrating Energy Psychology techniques that refresh and energize the spirit. Dr. Pratt is the author of a number of books, including: Instant Emotional Healing, A Clinical Hypnosis Primer, Hyper Performance and the book, entitled Code to Joy. He has frequently appeared on national television, including as a repeat guest on 

Larry King Live.

A third-generation Arizona native, Mary found passion for reading and writing at an early age. Her career path includes paralegal work (labor law), full-time motherhood, teaching, communications, writing, editing, volunteering and co-founding Mary published

a poetry chapbook in 2012 as

an Arizona Centennial Project. 

Mimi Lupin received her Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Houston in 1970. She is a Licensed Specialist School Psychologist and a Licensed Professional Counselor (retired). Mimi has worked with children and parents in the Houston school system and

in other capacities over 35 years.

She has developed a number of programs that have been used for over 30 years to help children with traumatic experiences including divorce. Her Old Me New Me program is used by therapists, children’s hospitals, parents and schools nationwide to help children decrease negative behaviors, PTSD, anxiety and learning disabilities. It has been the subject of sixteen research studies proving its effectiveness in helping children

with behavioral problems.

She is the author of a number of research studies involving the use of right brain therapies for children and parents and has presented results of her research at numerous conventions nationwide. She developed and  taught a divorce education program, Children in the Shadows of Divorce to counselors across the country as well as to parents in her community mandated by the Family Court system in her county.