MPP helps them overcome their fears and limiting beliefs, break their negative habits, learn how to set goals and reach them.
The Maximum Potential Project was originally founded in 1990 by Dr. Kenneth Christian to help underachievers become more fully and productively engaged in their lives and maximize their potential. Dr. Kauffman, currently the Clinical Director of the Maximum Potential Project, has more recently expanded MPP to include interventions aimed at anxiety, depression, and patterns related to trauma, as well as underachievement in academic or career settings. Additionally, she has worked with visual, musical, and theater artists to help them unlock their own creative processes.
MPP has been shown to be effective in creating fulfillment, balance, and success in:
* Personal Relationships
* Career & Academic Pursuits
* Creative Endeavors
MPP Helps Individuals Overcome the Frustrating Patterns Associated with:
* Underachievement & Low Self-Esteem
* Mood & Anxiety Disorders
* Beliefs & Behaviors Related to Trauma