To become the best I can be to heal myself from chronic health problems and pain, so I can guide others to heal themselves with my guidance.
To learn more about the many ways mental, emotional and spiritual health play important roles in our lives.
To learn how to solve problems rather than put band-aids over them or, worse, contribute to the health challenges of my clients.
To gain new skills and transition to a greater, more interesting career.
To grow as a human and leave the world better than I found it.
Growing, learning, healing, problem-solving and contributing… These are the reasons our students are joining the CHEK Academy. Reading these answers and so many more has knocked my socks off and reinforced my position of deep responsibility and dedication to the work we do at the CHEK Academy.
Our students join the program to make a difference. A real difference.
So, here’s the whole story…
A couple of weeks ago, we sent out a survey seeking feedback from our students and graduates. The primary focus was on giving our students a chance to voice their opinions, tell their stories and share anything that can potentially help us guide our evolution as a community, while revealing ways we can improve the learning environment we have created.
The statistics from the survey are not as relevant to us, because it was never our primary goal. Nevertheless, these numbers confirm most of the theories we’ve formed over the years, which is why we believe it’s important to share these findings with you and explore the backgrounds of your current and future like-minded colleagues.
Let’s burn through the demographic-data section of the survey results, so we can get to the truly inspiring part. All in all, we are so much more than mere numbers in the clouds.