NICK ATLAS, PhD
Dr. Nick Atlas, E-RYT 500, is a Transformative Psychologist, the Director of Evolutionary Education®, author of The Light Travelers, and the Lead Instructor of Evolutionary Education®'s acclaimed, 200-hour Yoga Psychology Teacher Training. An expert in Yoga Nidra relaxation, Dr. Nick is also Faculty Chair and an Instructor of Transpersonal Psychology at Atlantic University, and the producer of Earthbeat, a climate-activism initiative. Currently based in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts (USA), he conducts online consultations and researches the dynamics of healing, particularly through lucid dreaming. He has been practicing and teaching various forms of yoga, qigong, meditation and expressive arts since 1998. You can follow Nick on Facebook and Instagram, and book a session with him via his website, nickatlas.com.
LORI BENSON ADAMS, M.Ed.
Lori Benson Adams, M.Ed., is a highly-experienced educational intervention specialist, having taught in public, private and home school settings, as well as in private practice for the past 35 years. At present, Lori contracts with a variety of local and national schools to provide ongoing assistance to children with special needs such as ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and other learning and social challenges. A nationally-recognized workshop facilitator, Lori is also a faculty member with Sensational Brain and is the Director of The Learning Lotus™, where she merges the ancient science of Yoga with the sciences of child development, learning, and the brain to provide parents and professionals with a powerful tool for helping children learn and succeed.
TIM BECK, PhD
Tim Beck, Ph.D., is a teacher and researcher in the areas of psychology, philosophy and cultural studies. He currently teaches courses in Abnormal Psychology, Social Psychology, and Personality Development in department of psychology at Landmark College in Vermont. His research explores the healing potential of ecological and expressive arts approaches to mental health care, particularly in cases of developmental disorders like autism-spectrum disorder. He previously spent several years as an Instructor at the University of West Georgia, and worked in the fields of education and community mental health with various groups of high school students in the SF Bay Area. Largely because of his experiences there, much of his work today contributes to the goals of the neurodiversity movement, which strives to promote the intrinsic value of variations of neurological development that do not always conform to standard social molds.