Dr. Ranjie SinghCEO
Dr. Singh's particular expertise and training are in the neurosciences, health psychology, biofeedback, East/West mysticism, consciousness-creativity and spirituality studies. He lectures, conducts workshops and research on theses areas in addition to writing extensively on these issues. He is currently designing courses in "Mind-Body Health, "Consciousness studies" and "Towards a global spirituality".
Paula Rayo, MPEd CandidateManaging Director
Paula Rayo graduated from King’s University College at Western University in 2016 with a BA honours in psychology and a minor in philosophy. Paula's main research interests are in consciousness studies, humanistic and positive psychology, and existentialism. Her honors thesis investigated the potential of ayahuasca shamanism to improve existential meaning. Paula is now completing her Masters of Professional Education in Curriculum and Pedagogy to implement new strategies for holistic learning in the education system.
Heather Hargraves, MAResearcher in Neurofeedback
Heather Hargraves holds a MA degree in Counselling Psychology from Western University, in London, Canada. Her Masters thesis investigated a new form of EEG-neurofeedback based on the therapeutic potential of psychedelic states as revealed on EEG. Heather also holds a BAH in Philosophy from the University of Windsor. Between her degrees’ Heather worked as a yoga instructor, body worker and meditation teacher. She now works as a neurofeedback therapist.
Daniel Kharlas, MA CandidateResearch Coordinator
Daniel Kharlas is completing his Masters Thesis in personality and measurement. His academic research focuses on the personalization of meditation programs through the development of novel questionnaires, heart rate variability measurement and brain activity. Daniel is currently most passionate about helping develop experiences centered on the intersection of virtual reality, meditation and corporate wellness. He is also a meditation facilitator at the London Mindfulness Community.
Arthur Gonzales, BEScAdvisor
Arthur Gonzales is a lecturer in the Faculty of Technology at Fanshawe College, and a consultant for technology design and policy, and technical training solutions. His interest is in technical design and its computer-aided industrial applications, particularly in manufacturing and construction projects, and in technology and city development. He holds a BESc Degree in Engineering Sciences, and a certificate in technological entrepreneurship. Arthur's experiences include manufacturing, engineering, education, policy research, economic development, and not-for-profit boards.
Dempsey Lennox, BAExecutive Assistant
Dempsey Lennox graduated from King’s University College at Western University with a BA specialization in Social Justice and Peace Studies and a minor is Sociology. Her main focus of study was on conflict resolution practices for periphery countries as her interests lie in bridging the gap between cultures and increasing cross-cultural understanding. Dempsey is currently most passionate on working toward a greater knowledge of holistic practices that can lead to greater health and wellness within communities.