- 5 years ago
Kim Potter Ph.D.has been working with both human and animal behavior for over 30 years. His work and research have taken him around the world. He spent a number of years in Thailand demonstrating how humans can stimulate animal behavior through simple transference. This work earned him a doctorate. Kim demonstrates that humans are chameleons that both blend and create their environments. From this knowledge base, methodology has been created to stimulate behavioral changes.
Kim’s foundation of behavioral discipline began in England with Judo, as a teenager. This discipline has continued throughout his life, to present day. His success is not only demonstrated with his achievement of a bronze medal in the 2009 World Masters Judo Championships, but also through his numerous clients that have achieved a more contempt lifestyle through behavioral change