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Apr

Richard Hill MindScience Institute Joins Venkat Pulla

Richard Hill, is one of the new leaders in developing the knowledge of neuroscience in relation to human experience in order to create something new and vitalizing for the future. He holds degrees in linguistics, social ecology, education and is internationally regarded in the field of neuroscience and the practice of psychotherapy. His life experience in the creative arts plus this knowledge are the foundations of his work in the business community where he facilitates human centered design of the workplace. As a simple motto Richard declares, “If you have people and they have brains then I can help!”

Richard is the Director of the MindScience Institute Australia. Richard is internationally regarded in the neuroscience of psychotherapy. He is a member of the Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, The NeuroLeadership Institute and the International Psychosocial Genomics Research Group. He is published in magazines and journals. His latest book, “How the ‘real world’ Is Driving Us Crazy!” is for the general reader. www.mindscienceinstitute.com.au

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About Dr. Venkat Pulla
Dr Venkat Pulla is an Indian born Australian Human Services Mgt Consultant and motivational speaker. He is the Principal of Impetus Global Consulting and founder of Brisbane Institute of Strengths-based practice that offers – training in Strengths approach in human services. and offers grounded theory Master Classes globally. Impetus Global is currently addressing two service programmes for International Students coming into Australian Universities. Venkat has been utilising Appreciative Inquiry in Middle and Senior Management Training in Strategic Leadership, and has undertaken a six-week OvationNet AI Workshop under the workshop leadership with David Cooperrider, in the Spring of 2011. Venkat was Head of the School of Social Work, Northern Territory University, and taught At Australian Catholic University, Charles Sturt & at Sunshine Coast and tutored at Griffith. He is a Tata Dorabji Merit scholar from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (India). Research interests: Human coping & resilience, green social work. He has co-edited volumes on Strengths-based practice, 2012; Perspectives on coping and resilience , 2013; Theories, experiences, and challenges in community work , 2014; Advancing social work in mental health through strengths-based practice, 2014; Some aspects of community empowerment and resilience, 2015; and the Lhotsampa People of Bhutan-Resilience and Survival, 2016 and is editing 'Discrimination, Challenge and Response', 2019, (Palgrave- Macmillan.) As an academic, he makes significant contributions to Social Work education to SAARC countries. He has published with Sage, Routledge, Macmillan, Palgrave, and Wilfred Laurier Press- Canada; Primrose Hall- UK and Australia; Fernwood, California and others in Asia. He is a recipient of NAPSWI – India Lifetime achievement award 2015, and Karma veer Puraskar,-Global Indian Social Worker Award-2008. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0395-9973 Scopus Author ID: 56007950700

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