Joseph Gabriel provides implementation support services to Journey’s Dream, including the website and support systems and data, developing procedures, and providing clarity for seemingly complex activities, thereby making the most of technology investments. He is a person of great integrity, persistence, and resourcefulness. Over the course of his 40-year career in information systems, Joseph distinguished himself as a “go-to” person who gets things done. He has worked as a developer and manager at small software development firms, functioned at the VP-level at large financial services Corporations, co-founded a $10 million systems staffing company, and remains involved in part-time independent consulting advising and coaching small business owners.
Joseph’s interest in mental health began in his early twenties, when he experienced severe anxiety disorder and depression. After 4 years of barely getting by, he experienced a powerful spontaneous awakening that instantly transformed him into full mental health. He is currently writing a book about his life and experiences.
Joseph lives in Chicago in a high-rise condominium on the shore of Lake Michigan. He enjoys walking and biking in nature, meaningful conversation, reading (mostly spiritual books), volunteering on the Board of his condo and other community organizations, and partaking in activities that Chicago has to offer. He attended College of DuPage, University of Illinois in Chicago, and Northern Illinois University. He has a daughter and son who live in the Los Angeles area.
Dr. Paul Repicky’s passion is exploring human behavior and supporting others in developing skills for living an inspired life. His 30-year inquiry into, and direct application of, the principles and tools that govern human behavior spans educational psychology, neurolinguistics, meditation, energy work and spiritual approaches.
Grounded in 40 years of business experience including corporate consulting, mid-level management, plus founder and CEO of six early-stage companies … he knows what it takes to lead a company.
His academic foundation includes three graduate school degrees in teaching and instructional design followed by 37 years as a college professor (Baylor College of Medicine, University of Southern California School of Medicine, University of California San Diego School of Medicine, National University and Southwestern Community College).
In the corporate world, he designed and developed training programs for numerous health care companies and clinical institutions (e.g., Xerox Medical Systems, IVAC Corp., American Edwards Laboratories, Shiley Inc., Tokos Medical Corp., Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation and the VA Medical Center in La Jolla) as well as the commercial airline industry (American Airlines, Northwest Airlines) where he managed development of computer-based training and artificial intelligence programs.
Bridging the gap between business and academia he applies the latest advances in learning and educational research to the development of cutting-edge training programs for Rookha Group.
- Certified trainer in Neuro-Associative Conditioning, Robbins Research International, Inc. La Jolla, CA. (1991)
- Certified Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, The Association for Integrative Psychology (2016)
- Extreme Focus Certified Coach, The Extreme Focus program has been used by Navy Seals, Army Rangers, professional athletes and corporate executives worldwide (2017)
- Certified Mentor and Facilitator, the Optimal Being Program (2020)