Faithfully  Focused

Your simple, four step guide to
intentionally creating your best life now

Dr. Traneika  Turner- Wentt

Book Description

Columbia and Yale University scientists have located the region of the brain that processes spiritual experiences. The brain is increasingly examined in the context of our everyday lives and remarkable insights are being revealed. Psychotherapist and clinical sociologist Dr. Traneika Turner-Wentt illuminates the rapidly-emerging links between modern brain science and spirituality. What does neuroscience have to do with spiritual development? More than you know. In Faithfully Focused, Dr. Turner-Wentt discusses a neurospiritual approach that purpose-driven people can use to dramatically drive successful change from the inside out.Uncover her powerful new strategy for improving any area of your life.

As a result of reading this book you will:

  • Discover how you can enhance your personal development.
  • Learn how to form daily habits that accelerate the manifestation of your desires.
  • Integrate faith and focus to move your goals from possible to probable.
  • And most importantly you'll feel empowered to transform your “thoughts” about change into meaningful actions

Read it today and use the strategies to create a better more fulfilling tomorrow.

This Book is for

Anyone who desires change without leaving it to chance, Couples, congregations, and companies who are ready to level up and establish a unified vision for their brand, Individuals who desire to consciously co-create desirable outcomes in their personal life or business.

About The Author

Dr. Traneika Turner-Wentt partners with faith-based, non-profit, and community health organizations to implement strategies, increase program fidelity, and improve treatment effectiveness to high-risk and culturally under-served populations. With two decades of human service experience, she has consistently delivered unprecedented program outcomes.

In a partnership with a large inner-city Housing Authority, she implemented a counseling program to serve youth with severe emotional and behavioral challenges and their families. Although the services were initially met with resistance due to a historical distrust of mental health professionals, the program garnered recognition from the tenets council and generated a record-breaking waiting list of eligible families requesting to enroll in wrap-around treatment services. As Clinical Program Director of a Children and Family Services Agency, Dr. Turner-Wentt increased fidelity to best practices and evidence-based interventions in four office locations across two regions and led the agency to a no deficiencies found status during the state monitoring audit.

As the agency’s child placing administrator, she strategically paired foster children with foster families and joined the movement to move against the over-medication of children in the Texas Foster Care system. As a result of those concerted efforts, the agency experienced a significant reduction in the amount of foster youth receiving higher service levels and children moved from severe to moderate, and moderate to basic levels of care.

As the youth service provider entering a large safety-net hospital system, Traneika was called upon to serve chronically ill youth in the community primary care setting. She strengthened the clinic’s capacity to serve at-risk youth by providing culturally competent social services, establishing a referral process and becoming a member of the youth advisory committee. Upon her departure from the position, the clinic was serving more than double the amount of youth and hosting weekend youth group meetings. Grant funding to the position increased to support the position full time. As Program Manager of Prevention and Testing, Dr. Turner-Wentt has raised awareness of preventable illness throughout the hospital and community clinic systems of care. Under her leadership, a system-wide web-based training was delivered to more than 90% of all employees, including ED physicians, nurses, and administrators. The program has consistently exceeded the yearly testing metric and in less than three years the program has moved from serving less than 30% of eligible ED patients to more than 60% and continues to grow each quarter. Dr. Turner-Wentt is committed to empowering high-risk patients and engaging healthcare providers through education and awareness. In partnership with the Medical Director and lead physician, she has developed an education campaign to raise awareness about and enroll eligible patients into disease prevention services.

She is a mental health practitioner who holds a Master’s degree from Smith College, a Doctorate degree in Clinical Practice and Leadership from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas.

She partners with people, couples, congregations, and companies to craft, design, and implement strategies using their shield of intention to create their best life or an organizational atmosphere of excellence and productivity. If you don’t know what a shield of intention is or why you need one, it’s highly recommended that you read this book.

She and her husband prioritize family experiences and they enjoy hosting and traveling with friends.

During a revival run by her father, she personalized her relationship with the Creator of Heaven and Earth at the young age of 5 years old and has been involved in church and faith-based work throughout her life. Until she began her doctoral studies she served with the Missions Ministry and evangelism team at a large non-denominational church in Dallas, TX where her outreach was focused on youth missions work.

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