Take a Look Behind the Curtain
with Bill McFeature, PhD & Cinthia Herron-McFeature, PhD, Author of Integrated
Health: HeartPath Practitioner Assessment and Treatment for the Trauma-Exposed
About Bill McFeature, PhD & Cinthia Herron-McFeature, PhD:
Q. What are your previous occupations?
A. Bill – Clinical
Director and Cindy – Social Worker, State Training for the Department of Social
Services in Virginia, Guidance Counselor, Teacher for High Risk Youth
Q. What was your favorite job?
A. Bill – Consultation for PCBHI and
Cindy – State Trainer
Q. What Highschool and/or College did you
A. Bill – East Tennessee State University and California Institute
of Integral of Integral Studies – Cindy – University of Utah
is your favorite author?
A. Daniel J. Siegel
Q. Who is your
favorite recording artist or song?
A. Moody Blues
Q. What is
your favorite Movie or TV Show?
A. House of Cards
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Q. What’s your guilty pleasure?
Who is your greatest role model?
A. Mother Teresa
Q. How do
you define success?
A. Success is when you know that you have done all you
can to help others. It is when a patient says to you that they are doing
better and have a new perspective on whole health.
Q. What is the
secret to your success?
A. We have both enjoyed living in different places
and have always gone with the flow with the focus on development. Once we
have completed consulting projects or other work we move to the next location.
We have found with every move we have been successful because we are
compassionate in our work.
Q. If you could live anywhere in the
world, where would it be?
A. We love living in Southern Utah with the Red
Rock mountains and the beautiful blue skies. Our heart's are in
Southwest Virginia because our children and grandchildren still reside back
East. We like the dry air over the humid air.
Q. What’s your
A. Sleepless Nights
Q. What historical figure do
you most relate to?
A. Henry David Thoreau
Q. What is your
Q. What do you consider to be your
A. Author of Two Books
Q. What is
your best advise to people whom look up to you and your success?
with your heart and follow it. If you become a teacher, trainer, or public
speaker be sure to talk with the trainees not “at them.” Try to
find where your gifts are and then find away to use your gifts in your work and
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