Patricia Hanes Meyer believes that anyone
who is motivated can make positive life changes, function at a higher
level, and achieve both deep pride and tranquility. The attendees of
Meyer's seminars are the living proof.
Meyer brings more than three decades of experience to her work. She has
been in private practice in Reston, Virginia, since 1976, and was an
instructor in the Georgetown University Department of Psychiatry for
Meyer is known for her clarity about the complexity of human functioning
and the process of human change. She added seminars to her work because
of the positive impact on changing self that comes from a combination of
lecture and discussion.
What do you believe?
What's important to you?
What do you stand for?
You'll answer these vital questions—and learn to live by your
answers—during The Journey to Solid Self .
Life today is stressful, demanding, and confusing. We're
confronted with a multitude of demands on our time, attention, and
responsibilities. When we respond inconsistently, we produce conflicting
expectations in those with whom we live and work—even in ourselves.
The pressure can be so great that we end up focusing on little more than
getting through the day. It is all too easy to lose sight of one's
unique gifts, special talents, and a clear purpose. Our very sense of
self feels less