Here is a small sampling of ways in which Dr. White has helped people and businesses successfully meet and conquer their challenges.
A woman in her 20s was about to marry a nice young man. She knew that she loved him and that he was a person of character and warmth. But this was her second engagement. Her first fiance, a man she loved deeply, was stricken with a fatal illness during their engagement. After much suffering, he died in her arms. She loved her new intended, but felt that she was “cheating” on her first.
With the help of relaxation techniques, she attempted to put herself into the mindset of her first fiance, and view things from what she felt might be his perspective. She was able to visualize him refreshed and healthful, and realized that he would have probably liked this new young man, and would even give his blessing to their marriage.
The woman felt that she got the “permission” she was seeking, and went through with what would become a very happy marriage.
A woman in her early 30s came to Dr. White feeling that she wasn’t connecting with her creativity. She’d been brought up to feel that artistic talents are fine but you need a profession in order to make a living.
The woman had a wonderful career, a lucrative job at a respected company, but no longer possessed a passion for her work or her life.
She and Dr. White worked together to explore her options, but also to bolster her confidence and her courage and to redirect her energy toward different outcomes. She eventually left her well-paying job to strike out on her own. She is now a successful and respected freelance writer. She is no longer making the money she once was, but is making what she needs. And more than money, her passion for life has returned and she feels that she is living her purpose. The new prospects for her are increasing, and the idea of living her dream and being well rewarded for it is becoming her reality.
A man in his late 40s was feeling uneasy working for the company he’d been with for several years. They had recently downsized, and had eliminated his position, leaving him feeling angry and unsettled. He was biding his time, but not willing to seek a better opportunity.
Together he and Dr. White set goals, created a strategic plan and helped him develop confidence. They worked on ways for him to comfortably move forward and let go of his anger and bitter feelings. By working through these transitional steps, he was able to leave the company, which was the source of his unhappiness, and find a job that gave him the work and personal satisfaction he’d been hoping for all along.
A couple in their late-20s came to Dr. White to work on the complexities they faced as a newly married couple. With a child from the wife’s previous marriage, and the husband’s job consuming a great deal of his time, there were a number of issues to address.
With Dr. White’s guidance, the couple identified three areas of importance in their marriage. These issues were addressed through the design of goals, as well as the scheduling of commitments to find ways to carve out time to spend together as a couple, and together with their child. The result was a much happier family•and a much happier marriage.
Another couple, a bit older and married for several years, called upon Dr. White to find a way to rekindle their relationship. They were seeking the joy and passion that was seemingly fading away. They also recognized the need to address the dynamics associated with having two college aged children. With their son and daughter getting ready to be on their own, the couple needed to redefine their relationship and explore it anew.
Dr. White designed outside activities for them to enjoy some playful, some thoughtful, some to help them better relate to each other so that they could cultivate their communication. The goal was to recreate what was special and what once defined their relationship. Their favorite activity was Date Night, when they would schedule time for each other and put all other responsibilities on hold. These days, Date Night continues to be their most favorite night of the week.
A single mother in her late 20s had been having doubts about her ability to raise her four year old son alone. She and Dr. White worked on behavior management and setting limits, but the woman was still seeking assurance that she was a good mother.
She doubted herself and questioned her decisions. As they worked together, she was able to tap into her own inner guidance to give her the instruction and the tools she neededЃEncluding the confidenceЃEo raise this energetic young boy. The ability to do it was always inside of her. She just needed some help in accessing it.
A woman in her mid 40s would wake up every morning and feel that something was missing in her life. She couldnt identify it, she just knew that there was something beyond herself and she wanted to connect to it so that she could feel complete. What Dr. White helped her to realize was that she needed to find a sense of balance•physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Together they discovered ways for her to maintain balance and energy, and feel that she was supported by the universe.
During one of her TotalSense® Seminars, Dr. White watched the evolution of an artist. During one of the experiential activities she facilitated that day, members of the group took turns describing their aspirations while the others visualized positive outcomes. In this particular case, the artist envisioned his paintings in a prestigious gallery. The energy and support generated by the group was just what he needed to empower him. He was able to open his mind to new ideas, causing a flood of even more ideas that helped get him started on his journey.
Others who were there were also able to visualize their dreams. But even more importantly, each realized that they were not alone•that there are other like-minded people with doubts and desires, just like theirs. Their collaboration showed them that, together, people can help each other overcome their doubts and realize their potential.
A company hired Dr White to improve communication among staff and the with management, and also to improve customer service and increase production. With a 5-prong strategic format and interactive coaching sessions, communication was fostered, employes felt more valued and customers were more satisfied which boosted the bottom line, sales and production.
Dr. White was called in to help a small business firm with twenty-five employees, set up innovative practices to enhance their image and their marketing strategies. Their business sales were low and they wanted to expand into other markets and excel in their industry while expanding. With Dr. White’s Innovation Techniques, creativity rose dramatically and so did commitment and drive. The company successfully expanded into other markets and products and maintained a strong competitive edge.