Tina Staley is a highly accomplished author, therapist, clinical researcher and gifted communicator who has dedicated her life to creating a more kind and productive world.
Her vast experience and success spans almost three decades in the public and private sector, and has led to partnerships with top organizations such as; U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command, American Cancer Society, Duke Cancer Institute, the Colorado State Government, Boys & Girls Club, PBS World, The Aspen Institute and more. Tina has created innovative psychosocial support programs for organizations nationwide, in addition to being the founder of Pathfinders, one of the most successful cancer support centers on the western slope of Colorado for nearly 20 years. On the research side, she has contributed to countless research articles and presentations across the world, in addition to authoring an award-winning book called Living Fully, Dying Well. Today, she leads Kindness in Action workshops nationwide, co-leads an innovative program “The Decade Game”: Creating a Life by Design, not Default, and runs a successful private counseling practice with clients both in-person and virtually. You can find out more about her work at www.tinastaley.com.