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Professional Background
(Curriculum Vitae, page 1 of 3)

Doctor of Philosophy in
Clinical and Counseling Psychology
Anxiety/Depression Care Coach & Alternative/Holistic Counselor


Professional Background (page 1 of 3)

Professional Practices
Community Services
Experienced Educator
Academic Notes
Listed in Who's Who
Memberships in Professional Organizations
Professional Association Activities

Professional Background (page 2 of 3)

Credentials and Certificates
More Certifications and Documentations
Trained and Certified by International Leaders

Professional Background (page 3 of 3)

Academic Study
Associate Practices and Internships
Seminars and Workshops Created and Presented
Some Creative Products and Projects


Dynamic Resources International™, Founder and Creator; San Diego California; Power up for a Magical Life of Inner Peace, Happiness, Confidence, Relaxation, Freedom, Love, Adventure and Fun!

Anxiety/Depression Care Coach & Alternative/Holistic Counselor.

The Healing Tree, Founder and Executive Director; Alternative Counseling and Life Coaching, Denver and San Diego; Specializing in Anxiety Care and Depression; 1991 to present;

Developed a model of interventions called Meta-Mind & Body Works: An Advanced System for Emotional Re-Education, that is "dedicated to making conscious that which is already known"; 1994 to present.

The Money Clinic™; Founder and Creator; San Diego California; Understanding Your Emotions and Money; Reconnecting With Your Divine Birthright for Balance and Abundance in Mind and Body Health, Wealth, Prosperity and Spirituality;

For individuals and groups; 1999 to present.

Pain and Stress Center, A medical group with a holistic orientation, Norwalk, California; Worked as an independent contractor and associate;

Provided short-term counseling and clinical hypnotherapy with an emphasis on mind-body healing for selected patients; 1990 to 1992;

Joseph Moskowitz, MD, founder and director of the Center

Daniel M. Asimus, MD and Associates, A Professional Psychiatric and Medical Corporation, Glendale, California; Worked as an independent contractor and associate;

Provided short and long-term psychotherapy, often along with career development counseling, for adults with posttraumatic stress, anxiety and depression disorders;

Clinical hypnotherapy was included as an option to assist in a behavior modification approach; Workers’ Compensation evaluation and report writing; 1987 to 1991;

White Memorial Medical Center, Los Angeles, California; Hospital staff privileges; 1987 to 1991;

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, Glendale, California; Hospital staff privileges; 1987 to 1991;

Daniel M. Asimus, MD, Neurologist and Psychiatrist in Kihei, Hawaii and Pasadena, California

The Clinic for Neuromuscular Disorders, Inc., Los Angeles, California; Worked as an independent contractor and associate;

Provided short-term counseling, and clinical hypnosis for pain management, trauma resolution from initial onset of disability plus psychological healing of past events that led up to the trauma situation, resolved resistance to medical treatment, accelerated rehabilitation, lifestyle adjustments; 1989 to 1990;

Elinor Gibbs, MS, Clinic Director

Self-Employed Massage Therapist; Beverly Hills, California; Licensed in therapeutic massage and bodywork for stress reduction and physical health; offered guided imagery to maximize benefits during the massage delivery; 1979 to 1988.

NOTE: See "Career Notes" above in the side bar on the right.



Braille Institute, UTC, San Diego; Volunteer Instructor in "Emotional Technology"; 2015 to present.

San Diego Police Department; Volunteer Crisis Interventionist; 2008 to - .

Emergency Assistance Grant and Referral Project, Inc. (EAGR), Denver, Colorado; Board of Directors; 1998 to 2004.

KLZ 560-AM Radio; Denver, Colorado; Regular presenter on topics of interest to women; 2003.

KIEV AM Radio, Los Angeles, California; Radio talk show guest; Presented as a stress management specialist representing the American Red Cross; 1994.

American Red Cross, Los Angeles, California; Tri-County Health Fair Expo, Developer/Trainer, Stress Reduction Program; Consultant Psychological Services, Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee on the Board of Directors; Disaster Action Team Leader, Shelter Manager; 1975 to 1994.

Nineteen awards and commendations were received.

Certified in 24 courses in Safety Services and Disaster Preparedness including several in Instructor's Training; contributor to the American Red Cross Instructor's Manual; provided initial relief and assessment operations; casework and crisis management; 1975 to 1994.

Recipient of the Owen Murphy Volunteer Memorial Award, Los Angeles, California; presented by American Red Cross, KNBC-TV, Hospital Council of Southern California, Blue Cross of California, and Chevron; 1991.



Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, Ohio; Adjunct Professor, Psychology; Serve on doctoral committees; Provide direction for dissertations and research projects, academic advising and support, editing of written materials;

Teacher/counselor/supervisor for contracted course work; Evaluate and document satisfactory demonstration of doctoral level of knowledge and mastery in selected subjects.

Union Institute & University, Undergraduate Studies; Los Angeles, California; Dimension Faculty for psychology and counseling; Tutor, Academic Advisor.

Southern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Los Angeles, California; a component of The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis;

Taught courses in hypnotherapy to medical and academic doctors; training held at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute.

National University, Los Angeles, California; Adjunct Faculty, Psychology and Psychotherapy Instructor.



San Diego Police Department;
Crisis Intervention, 19th Police Academy; graduated 2008.

Institute for Life Coach Training, A Program of Therapist University, Fort Collins, Colorado; Board Certified Life Coach.

Trained by L. Patrick Williams, EdD, owner, Diane Menendez, PhD, Jim Vuocolo, DMin; graduated 2001.

Glendale Community College District, Glendale, California; "Parapsychology."

Instructor, Linda Robinson, PhD, parapsychologist; 1994.

Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, Ohio; PhD Degree, Clinical and Counseling Psychology; Interdisciplinary areas of specialization:  Social and Community Psychology, Human Sexuality Alternatives; graduated 1989.

Doctoral Committee:

M. Wilson Williams, PhD, Albuquerque, New Mexico; educator, clinical psychologist, suicidologist; Core Faculty.

Robert Atkins, PhD, JD, San Francisco, California; professor, writer, philosopher, lecturer, attorney, human rights activist; Second Core Reader.

Edwin Elkin, PhD
Maui, Hawaii; author, international lecturer, Fulbright Scholar, creator of Transpersonal Gestalt; Adjunct Professor.

Eleanor S. Field, PhD, Tarzana, California; psychotherapist, author, lecturer, educator, radio and television celebrity; Adjunct Professor.

Janae Weinhold, PhD, Colorado Springs, Colorado; author, co-director of The Colorado Institute For Conflict Resolution and Creative Leadership; Peer Support.

Don Kornelly, PhD, Colorado Springs, Colorado; author, educator, critical thinking specialist and consultant; Peer Support.

Sierra University, (now defunct), Santa Monica, California; MA Degree, Counseling Psychology; graduated 1985.

Rosenberg's Institute of Integrative Body Psychotherapy, Venice, California; IBP is a complete system of psychotherapy with an emphasis on breathing as a vehicle for the integration of body, mind, emotions and spirit.

Two calendar year graduate program; concurrent with Sierra University program; certification; graduated 1985.

Instructor: Jack Lee Rosenberg, DDS, PhD, Clinical Director, educator, clinical psychologist, co-developer of Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP), and book author;

Instructor: Marjorie L. Rand, PhD, Venice, California; Executive Director, clinical psychologist, co-developer of Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP), and book author.

Antioch University, Marina del Rey, California; BA Degree, Integrative Psychology; graduated 1983.

Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, California; AA Degree, Psychology, Pre-med Track; graduated 1982;

Personally designed a social action project; Created, developed and implemented a training program for the college staff in "Major Disaster Related Emergency First Aid and Crisis Response: An Awareness Workshop for Responding Personnel in the Adult Academic Environment";

The program was approved by the Director and Coordinator of Civil Defense and Emergency Operation Services of the Greater Los Angeles area, and the American Red Cross.

East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, California; EMT-1A (Emergency Medical Technician, Ambulance);

Interned at San Gabriel Community Hospital Emergency Room, and Mercy Paramedic Ambulance Services;

California State Occupational Certificate renewal, 1981.

Los Angeles Mission College, San Fernando, California; EMT-1A (Emergency Medical Technician, Ambulance);

Interned at Holy Cross Hospital Emergency Room, and Regional Paramedic Ambulance Services;

California State Occupational Certificate, 1978.

Roland Agencies, Inc., Denver, Colorado; Three-month intensive training in sales and career counseling; also trained in vocational, personality, aptitude testing, and evaluation; 1971 to 1972.



Who's Who in America

Who's Who of American Women

Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare

Who's Who Among Human Service Professionals

Who's Who in the World

Plus inclusion in...

2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century --

By the International Biographical Centre (IBC), Cambridge England

Woman of the Year 2015 --

By the International Biographical Centre (IBC), Cambridge England



American Psychological Association (APA)

American Psychological Association, Society of Psychological Hypnosis, Division 30

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA)

The International Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Inc. (IANLP), Membership Level of Fellow

International Coach Federation (ICF)

CoachVille.com (CV)

The American Association for Counseling and Development

American Psychotherapy Association

American Institute of Hypnotherapy

International Society of Hypnosis

International Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

North American Association of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

American Counseling Association

American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

International Society of Hypnosis

American Board of Hypnotherapy

National Association of Professional Women

Greater San Diego Business Association (GSDBA)


The Southern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis, a component of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis; Served on the Board of Directors as  Program Vice-president for two terms; 1991-1993;

Conducted Hypnosis Study Groups for doctors and other professionals at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, 1993;

General Meeting speaker: "The Power of Subliminal Communication," 1991.

Elected Representative to attend the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Board of Governors Meeting in St. Louis, 1991.

Los Angeles Academy of Clinical Hypnosis, a component of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis; Served on the Board of Directors as Vice-president for three terms from 1987 to 1989; Resource Forum/Case Study Committee Chair.

NOTE: In the 1970s and early 1980s, there were other former appointments and elections to governing posts that have included several nationally recognized business, professional, and community organizations, primarily in the field of advertising;

Multiple certificates, commendations, and awards were received.

Professional Background
(page 2 of 3)

 • Certifications
Additional Training by International Leaders

Professional Background (page 3 of 3)

Academic Study
Associate Practices and Internships
Seminars and Workshops
Created and Presented
Some Creative Products and Projects


*Formerly known as Dianne Ruth Little and/or Dianne Little

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, psychotherapy only has a 20% success rate.

I have a 97% success rate, and over 37 years experience.

I honor and respect your race, religion, culture, and way of life including senior citizens and those with disabilities.

I also welcome adults in consensual, sane and safe, alternative sexual and other creative lifestyle choices.



Website: http://www.DynamicResources.net; http://www.AnxietyCareCoach.com

Email: DrDianneRuth@DynamicResources.net; DrDianneRuth@AnxietyCareCoach.com

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Dianne Ruth, CCH, PhD
Dynamic Resources International™
Anxiety Treatment & Care Doctor

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Career Notes

I have been involved in the mental healthcare community since 1975 beginning as a supervised caseworker and crisis counselor for the American Red Cross.

My overlapping background of several years included employment in advertising, marketing, and the graphic communications industry. I wrote ad copy, promotional and informational material. I also did merchandising and business sales promotion.

Experience included art direction, graphic design and other print production skills. In addition, I developed knowledge in public relations and publicity. I continuously use all of these skills in my present ventures.

For more details on the progression of my career life, please review my professional background in its entirety.