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Chris Boyd, the mastermind of the MHBC, holds an MA in Counselling Psychology and assists teens and adults with anxiety, depression, trauma, anger and addictions. His main goal is to help people build resiliency and strength in their lives. The reading exercises in MHBC are his favorite because they are engaging and cover a wide variety of topics. In his spare time, he enjoys any psychology literature as long as it doesn't take time away from his Netflix binges. When not expanding his literal and cultural brain, he can be found appreciating foliage, sunsets, and football. Chris was a co-founder of the Original Ugly Christmas Sweater Party, and he’s proud to have raised over $225,000 for various charities over the past 17 years.
Brooke Lewis has a Psy.D. in clinical psychology and helps teens and adults discover hope and joy along life’s journey. She finds the gratitude practices the most compelling features of the MHBC, as she always likes to investigate, learn, and experience new things. A true artist at heart, she spends her time away from work enjoying her 1966 Chevy Pickup or reviewing such classic films as Dirty Dancing and Christmas Vacation.
Joanna Boyd holds a Masters of Counselling Psychology and works with children, youth and adults on a variety of issues, particularly trauma. She dreams of one day including a dog in her practice to explore nature as her clients feel understood, validated, and hopeful. She loves how the MHBC asks you to slow down and answer questions you wouldn’t normally be asked. When not devouring Harry Potter books she loves to travel and take photos, and is quite proud of her catalogue of Peruvian photos. If she wasn’t a therapist, she could probably be found as a baker or dolphin trainer.
Ryan Howes uses his Ph.D. in clinical psychology by helping adults overcome a variety of relationship and emotional issues as well as bringing psychology to the masses through writing for Psychology Today and various international projects including starting National Psychotherapy Day (9/25!). He is partial to the meditations in the MHBC because concisely address all the key points of meditation and mindfulness. While he never became the astronomer or judge he planned to be as a 10 year old, he hopes his projects still provide guidance and insight.