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Jeanne L. Catherine-Gray
Innate Health Research

As a former mental health patient, 3P coach, and podcast host, I believe human beings have an ethical responsibility to teach a psychological understanding that addresses social problems. The key ingredient? Recognizing the unique and integral strengths everyone has—empowering creativity, wisdom, clarity (innate health)—as an internal capacity for positive personal and social well-being.

Combined with my doctoral studies, I partnered with Ron McVety to launch Three Principles Research & Consulting (3PRC). As the executive director of 3PRC, our team has established the need for and interest in participatory research in mental health and well-being. We have created a model by which scientists (independent and within the University setting) partner with experienced practitioners to build research.

Through this model, Innate Health Research—a non-profit co-founded with Dr. Anita McGinty—we now create research collaborations that inform practitioners, connect 3P to interdisciplinary science, and build a cohesive message around a diverse set of innate health programs (ranging from prisoner counseling, drug rehabilitation, homeless support, and K-12 education).

Our team (Dr. Adriaan Denkers, Dr. Anita McGinty, & Nici Butchart, and I) shares a vision- and mission- to use research as a tool to shape the landscape of available programs on wellbeing, ensuring more attention is given to the power of programs that offer an explicit message on the natural, innate capacity for wisdom, creativity, and clarity (innate health).

I am happily married to a 3P social worker (John Catherine Gray) and live with my mother, and daughters in Shelter Island, NY. I am scheduled to graduate from my doctoral program in 2024! (I am part of the slow education movement!)

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