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Meet MS4L's Collaborators

Mind Shifts 4 Life is all about collaborating with other mind shifters to discuss and share transformational experiences and ideas, as well as team up on MS4L projects.  The four original collaborators are pictured below. Mary Jo is focused on a new venture now but we appreciate her prior contribution to MS4L.
Denise currently conducts all of the 1:1 Mind Shift Meetings.

Louise Peters, Psy.D    ●    Denise Kirsop, MA    ●    Mary Jo Kraus, PhD    ●    Rinda Rosenberg, MA

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Meet Denise

Mind Shift Specialist / Artist

You may have found your way here by visiting  You are in the right place! I have teamed up with some mighty mind shifters to form Mind Shifts 4 Life (MS4L)! I am conducting the 1:1  mind shift meetings (utilizing RRT), and teaming with MS4L collaborators to provide additional events and resources. Now for a little about me...

When I was a kid I saved a fortune cookie message that said "There is nothing permanent except change." Even then I knew this was true.  Like many others, childhood was pretty scary and filled with never-ending changes. 



Meet Louise

Mind Shift Specialist

I’ve been practicing clinical psychology for over 20 years. In addition, I’ve held an adjunct college professorship for over a decade, trained psychotherapists internationally, and served as the trauma specialist for outdoor veteran retreats.  My thirst to master healing emotional anguish in rapid, yet profoundly impactful ways has been unsatiable. It has led me to many personal and professional development trainings: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Rapid Resolution Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Brainspotting, Internal Family Systems, breathwork, Trauma-Based Yoga Therapy, Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, Tony Robbin’s - Date with Destiny, Joe Dispenza’s meditation events, and more.

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Meet Rinda

Mind Shift Specialist 

Overthinking and perfectionism used to be my jam. There was this sense of lack and deficiency that drove me to striving … I’d gobble up perspectives and how-tos the way someone else would pound down potato chips and candy. I’d get sucked right out of my life and into my head. Trying to satisfy that driving force lasted decades for me - as a theme and motivator (and proof to myself that I didn’t measure up!) It eventually landed me in grad school and through countless trainings, workshops, and books.

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