Your main teacher is the leading soul journey expert and spiritually gifted therapist, Myree Morsi.

Each month,
 renowned guest teachers and speakers from different marginalized communities or diverse human experiences will join to share their journeys and teach you vital wisdom about the life experiences of others. 


Graduates receive free lifetime access to all course recordings in the online alumni library, updated yearly with bonus classes by Myree and other leading experts in self-development and trauma-informed leadership.

Soul Guide, Transformational Therapist & Awakening Expert

A trauma-focused licensed therapist and initiated spiritual guide for 20+ years, Myree is the stabilising, empowering force in her global client network of people alchemizing trauma and awakening into clarified purpose.

Myree teaches with warm empathy, clairvoyant gifts, accessible guidance and practical strategies for soul-led authenticity in the modern world.

Therapist, Chiropractor & Brain Health Coach

Dr. Bianca Dobson began her passion of helping people with a double Bachelor’s degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and Chiropractic, followed by a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (Carrick Institute, USA), a life coach certification, then post-graduate studies in Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health, and Applied Polyvagal theory. 

Bianca has reached the highest accreditation in the Neurological Integration System (NIS) and teaches NIS to health practitioners in Australia and internationally. She supports others to learn more about the brain and nervous system’s potential to change and heal itself.

Bianca's practice of 20+ years now focuses on how our systems cope with stress and applies a trauma-informed framework to her care; creating a safe environment, building relationships and connections and supporting and teaching emotional regulation. This allows people to get to the cause of the problem rather than relying on someone else to treat the symptoms.

Her work fuels her love of learning and continual growth, professionally and personally. You’ll most likely find Bianca curled up with a book. She loves her life in Melbourne, Australia with her husband, sports-mad son and animal-adoring daughter, all of which are her greatest loves and personal growth teachers.

Process Work Expert

Susan Kocen is a faculty member of the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon, USA. She has spent a lifetime dedicated to explorations of deepest nature and creativity. Trusting that our paths reveal themselves through known and less known experiences, she facilitates processes of discovery: mythic paths, symptom exploration, conflict wisdom, and nighttime dreamwork and play.

Susan is inspired and nourished by the natural world, creativity, and the understanding that it is never too late to have a happy childhood.

Psychologist & Published Author

Ingrid’s guiding inspiration for her life work stems from her history of growing up in South Africa, where, as a child, perceiving the injustice around her, she decided to devote herself to individual and social change.

Ingrid has been in private practice as a psychologist for more than 35 years, working with a large range of presentations, as well as being a clinical supervisor and international group facilitator. Ingrid began her studies in Process Work in Zurich in 1989 and has been a graduate of the program since 1995. She has taught at the university level and has had extensive experience teaching Process Work to groups in Portland, Oregon and all over the world.

Ingrid has authored two books, School Violence and Doorways into Dying. She has worked in the field of death and dying assisting patients and their families with the dying and grief process.

She has a long history of yoga and meditation practice and a strong interest in shamanism, adding to the depth of her work.

Psychotherapist, Psychological Activist, Attorney, Published Author, Speaker & Teacher

David Bedrick is an ally to the unheard and marginalised voices inside individuals and the culture at large.

He is the author of Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology and Revisioning Activism: Bringing Depth, Dialogue, and Diversity to Individual and Social Change. His new book is You Can’t Judge a Body by Its Cover: 17 Women's Stories of Hunger, Body Shame and Redemption.

David is also the founder of the Santa Fe Institute for Shame-based Studies where he teaches and works with individuals around the world.

Published Author & Therapist

Reid is a retired therapist with an M.A. in Counseling Psychology in 2001 from John F. Kennedy University’s Graduate School for Holistic Studies. His specialization was in transpersonal psychology, viewing clients as a mind-body-spiritual whole. Reid worked with over 450 transgender clients all asking, “How do I want to live my life?” in the context of gender identity. He also worked with many couples and partners facing the many issues that arise while contemplating transition.

Reid is the author of two peer-reviewed journal articles, numerous book chapters and anthology submissions, and two books: Transition and Beyond: Observations on Gender Identity and Journeys of Transformation: Stories from Across the Acronym.

Based in Portland, Oregon, Reid is on the board of his local PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) chapter and the board of William Temple House, a local social service organization. He and his wife are active in St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, where both sing in the choir and Reid is on the vestry. He has sung baritone in the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus since 2008.

Survivor of Modern-Day Slavery, Social Advocate for Global Human Rights and International Speaker

I escaped forced marriage, child labor and extreme poverty, risking everything to experience freedom. Now I have an education, an impactful voice and a safe, loving home in the USA and in Nepal.

But there are still over 40 million people who remain in modern-day slavery. I campaign on their behalf by sharing my story around the world and advocating for the 7 Keys for Global Human Rights:

  1. Nutritious food
  2. Clean water
  3. Safe shelter
  4. Healthcare
  5. Education
  6. Safe environment
  7. Access to technology

Our Non-profit Organization, Empowerment Collective, is bringing together good people, government, business and media to co-create global human rights. With the support of 7 Keys, we can build a new society where every person is free to be a leader, change-maker and problem solver.

Author, Speaker & Leadership Consultant

Megumi is an author, speaker and consultant in leadership, culture and diversity and inclusion with a background in strategy, economics and finance. 

With a client list including Bank of New Zealand, Department of Defense, Ernst & Young, National Australia Bank, Roche and not-for-profit organisations, Megumi challenges the leadership status quo to unlock hidden talent and collective potential. 

She is the author of Start Inspiring, Stop Driving: Unlock Your Team's Potential to Outperform and Grow and Quietly Powerful: How Your Quiet Nature is Your Hidden Leadership Strength.

Quietly Powerful received the Australian Career Book Award for 2020 from RSA Oceania and Best Leadership Book of 2020 from the Australian Business Book Awards. 

Megumi was listed on the Australian Business Journal Leadership’s experts and coaches to watch in 2021. She has appeared on Radio National’s This Working Life, The Deal Magazine, The Growth Faculty’s Book Club, TickerTV and numerous podcasts and radio shows.

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