Lency has pioneered Psychology of Vision’s mystical path through her joining method, which utilizes the feminine, direct access to divine love, resulting in the release of emotional pain from the body/mind and the experience of miracles of forgiveness and grace.
She is the author of Make Way for Love – A Story to Open the Heart, and has also co-authored two books about the basics of the Psychology of Vision with Chuck.
Lency received her BSc (Honours) and MSc degrees in Rehabilitation Counselling in 1975 and 1976 from the University of Arizona. She has designed and administered numerous rehabilitation agencies, training programs and treatment facilities, including the Hawaii Centre for the Deaf and HUGS for Hawaii’s seriously ill children and their families. In 1984 she joined with Chuck to develop and teach their Psychology of Vision model internationally.
Chuck Spezzano, PhD is a world-renowned seminar leader, author, visionary and founder of Psychology of Vision. He holds a doctorate in Psychology and has led workshops worldwide since 1980. His workshops are for anyone in the healing professions or on a personal healing path who is looking for new innovative approaches which are profound, creative and effective.
Chuck is an expert in relationship psychology. He has over forty-one years of experience in relationship counseling and training and offers a unique perspective on human connection through his blending of psychology, metaphor and spirituality.
Chuck and his wife Lency travel regularly to the USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Japan, China, Taiwan and Singapore and many other places on our Planet Earth. They lecture and lead public seminars. Chuck also does private coaching and business seminars for companies.
Chuck has authored over 40 books and card decks that have been published in over 20 countries in numerous languages.
Chuck has a B.A. in Philosophy and Psychology from Duquesne University followed by a Masters in Sociology and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the United States International University. His professional background is in Counseling Psychology, Family Therapy, Short Term Crisis Intervention and Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. He also worked as a psychologist at the Naval Rehabilitation Centre at the Miramar Air Station in San Diego, California, conducting thousands of therapy groups and individual sessions.