Bonnie’s roles include that of a wife, mother, psychologist, teacher, yoga instructor, meditator, photographer, artist, and writer. She holds an MA in Counseling, an EdS in Marriage and Family Therapy, a PhD in Clinical Psychology, and postdoctoral training at the Karen Horney Psychoanalytic Institute. She has had a successful private practice for over twenty-five years and served as an adjunct professor and supervisor in a psychology doctoral program. She began leading psycho-spiritual groups, and over the course of ten years, taught participants how to utilize these spiritual truths in their everyday lives. William eventually joined her in co-leading these groups. She created a comprehensive program, “Attaining Mind-Body Balance,” in which she integrated group therapy, yoga, and meditation.

William is a husband, father, periodontist, teacher, musician, photographer, and writer. He earned bachelor of science and doctor of dental medicine degrees, as well as a specialist certification in Periodontics. He has been a serious student of meditation since 1975 and has apprenticed with Peruvian and Ecuadorian shamans, exploring altered states of consciousness. 

He has brought his experiences and observations to a series of annual university lectures. William was honored to be president of a nonprofit spiritual center whose vision was to serve as a catalyst and crucible for personal and planetary transformation.

When life brought William and Bonnie together, they set out on the most wondrous path of them all, experiencing the mystical and transformational powers of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. It was so miraculous they felt it imperative to share it, hence, I Am, I Think: Finding YourSelf by Losing Your Mind was written.