Coherence Therapy

The art & science of lasting change




As an international training organization, we are committed to ensuring that our trainings are carried out in a manner in which all trainees are treated with respect and dignity and experience the training process as sensitive, safe, and respectful.  Our trainees include—among others—individuals of diverse ability, age, belief, culture, ethnicity, familial status, gender identity, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.  We strive to ensure that all individuals feel valued, respected and encouraged to fully participate in their learning.  We recognize that the possibility of unwitting blind spots and missteps on our part or the part of a trainee is never zero.  However, we will not tolerate discrimination, harassment or bullying of any kind.  Therefore, we actively welcome feedback and communication from our trainees if any such misstep is ever perceived, so that any needed process of repair can occur.  For that purpose, please send an email to the CPI director of training, Robin Ticic, or to either of the CPI co-directors, Dr. Sara K. Bridges or Bruce Ecker.

In the interest of both individual and societal wellbeing, we urge all practitioners of Coherence Therapy and Coherence Coaching to support and embrace diversity by actively demonstrating respectful attunement to each unique person.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion extents to our staff, our Certified Trainers and leadership team, and the programs we develop and present.  As a team we are guided by these principles and pledge that they will be reflected in our vision and strategic planning.