Barbara A. Graham, MA, LMFT, is a licensed psychotherapist with over twenty-five years of experience and a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy. Barbara has trained with renowned leaders in the fields of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology, Family Therapy, and the study of Addictions and Co-dependency and is particularly inspired by the work of Joseph Campbell and his model of “The Hero’s Journey.” Under the mentorship of her aunt, Helen Graham Park, Barbara studied with senior Indian and Tibetan spiritual masters in India, Nepal and the United States. Her practice focuses on the integration of modern psychotherapy and the ancient healing traditions of the world. She received her BFA from Boston University in 1971, her Masters in Psychology from Sonoma State University in 1984 and her clinical license as a Marriage, Family and Child Therapist in California in 1986. Barbara is the Founder and President of the Helen Graham Park Foundation.
Barbara Findeisen, MA, LMFT, is the Founder and President of the Star Foundation, President of the Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health, and Founder of Pocket Sanctuary, a healing sanctuary and retreat facility in Tubac, Arizona. A psychotherapist with over 28 years of experience, Barbara created and is Clinical Director of the STAR workshop, a profoundly transformative 10-day retreat designed to accelerate self-healing and personal growth. Barbara is trained in a variety of experiential therapies and is regarded as one of the world’s leading experts in the field of Pre- and Perinatal psychology, the study of the psychological impact of birth. Currently, Barbara is also a member of the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies. She is a graduate of Stanford University and has been in private practice since 1976. Barbara is the narrator and producer of two documentary films, Journey to Be Born and the Psychology of Birth, and has been a guest on numerous radio and television talk shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show. She serves as the Vice President of the Helen Graham Park Foundation.
Janice L. Green, J.D., is Board Certified in Family Law, a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and a partner in the family law boutique firm of Farris & Green in Austin, Texas. She served on the Family Law Council of the State Bar of Texas, was President of the Travis County Family Law Advocates and Chair of the Advocacy, Inc. Board of Trustees, among other leadership roles. Her educational roots are a B.A. with High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Texas (1971) and a J.D. with Honors from the University of Texas School of Law (1975). For over 25 years, Janice has published articles and lectured on a wide-range of family law topics including: representation of the “older” client, collaborative law issues, child support, intellectual property, complex characterization and tracing, ethics, child preferences, hidden assets and liabilities, drafting for unique situations. After a thirty-year, litigation-steeped legal career, Janice shifted her practice to collaborative family law. In her “free” time she designs stained-glass and bonsai, and currently she is completing a nonfiction book on the “gray divorce.” Janice was closely mentored by Mrs. Park during the last decade of Mrs. Park’s life. She serves on the Fiduciary Committee of the Helen Graham Park Foundation.
Charles Haug, Ph.D., CFA, manages stock and bond portfolios for the Haug Family Trust. He specializes in investing in high technology and energy companies. Charles is also co-founder of PhysicianAccess.com,an Internet-based company that provided services to the medical profession to manage physician offices, practices, and patient files with funding from Silicon Valley venture capital. He pioneered the field of multimedia programming while working for IBM and managed a team of programmers in Menlo Park, California, coordinating contractors, IBM, and hardware development in Austin, Texas. The product, the Audio Visual Connection, was named PC Magazine’s “Outstanding Product of 1989” and Charles was awarded four patents for this work. Prior to working for IBM, he was President of Helios Software Inc. He was responsible for one of the first computer games to run on the IBM PC Jr. Charles completed his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1972 and received his CFA designation in September, 2003. He is Secretary and serves on the Fiduciary Committee of the Helen Graham Park Foundation.