Keyvan Geula

Keyvan Geula is a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist specializing in mindfulness approach in therapy, transformation and education.  She received her Master of Science in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy from University of La Verne, in La Verne, California.

She offers her services as a clinician, lecturer, trainer and supervisor to a global set of clients in person and online. In her clinical work she incorporates the wisdom of the Baha’i Writings, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach, Mindfulness techniques, and John Gottman’s approach in couple’s therapy.  She is an adjunct professor of Behavioral Sciences at Citrus Community College, and a faculty of continued education at Claremont Graduate University. She teaches psychology through the use of e-text book to BIHE students.

She is the Founder and Executive Director of Center for Global Integrated Education (CGIE), a none-profit Baha’i inspired educational organization, which explores and teaches the integrated mind-body-spirit approach in education integrating the spiritual and mystical wisdom of the past and the latest discoveries in psychology, neuroscience, behavioral sciences, and character education.

She has served for two years as the producer and host of a two-hour weekly live radio show focusing on the role of psychology of spirituality in personal and social transformation, creativity, emotional and social intelligence and a greater sense of harmony in a global society. She also has been the host and producer of TV series for 8 years called Transforming Human Consciousness. She regularly writes and blogs on www.cgie.org/blog on topics related to integrated education, creativity, powers of human spirit, and education reform. Some of her talks are posted on her; Keyvan Geula YouTube Channel.

She has been serving on the spiritual assembly of the Baha’is of Claremont since 1987. She has served on the Western Baha’i Regional Council for 5 years.

She trains and mentors college students and youth in the skills of meditation and mindfulness with the light of Baha’i Writings to elevate their lives and also work with and empower disadvantaged junior youth so they can be part of the solution of their own lives and their communities.

Keyvan is married, has three adult children and four grandchildren who love to sit by her side and listen to her stories.

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