Collaborating Across Generations to Achieve Our Mission
February 6, 2013
The School was invited to “Help foster a generation-friendly community for faculty, students and staff. Join a conversation that includes five generations working together to create solutions to public health problems around the world. This insightful seminar identified the needs, values, and goals of each generational group and explored how we can utilize the unique strengths of each generation to further our mission.”
The speaker, Lisa Prosser-Dodds, PhD is a woman who wears many different hats, caps and tiaras . . . As a Mental Health Professional, she served clients in the Kansas City, Missouri area for over 15 years as the Senior Partner of Journeys Counseling Center. She also has extensive experience in crisis, trauma and grief counseling, including spending four months in New Orleans working with victims of Katrina.
In 2009, she transitioned Journeys into a Training, Consulting and Coaching firm which provides training in many formats, including retreats, workshops and seminars. Her areas of expertise include Emotional Intelligence, Understanding Generational Differences and Team Building on the high ropes course where she lives in Santa Cruz, California.
Lisa has traveled the world sharing her message about the human spirit, the capacity to heal and the importance of making choices that matter. As a psychologist, Lisa shares a belief in the resilience of the human spirit in the midst of our lives, during times of trials, tribulations or in times of abundance. She brings a wealth of life experiences and education to her work and delivers it in an enthusiastic and humorous way.