Radiance Wellness Institute

Norman Narchi, MD

Norman Narchi, MD is the founder and director of the Radiance Wellness Institute (RWI), a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization.  Dr. Narchi earned his medical degree from the University of Vienna. He trained in Neurology at Northwestern Medical School in Chicago and is board certified in Neurology. His medical practice in Integrative Neurology and Energy Medicine began in Westlake Village, California in 1975.

In July of 1995 Dr. Narchi had his epiphany when he was called to the hospital emergency room with a patient who suffered a massive brain stroke. Demoralized by his inability to change his patient’s fate, he realized that a wellness lifestyle was vital for the prevention of strokes.  Dr. Narchi has been committed to learning and sharing Eastern and Western approaches about how to stay healthy and well by preventing lifestyle diseases through promotion of wellness lifestyles.

Radiance Wellness Institute is a place where the focus is on raising awareness for wellness, wellness lifestyle education and how to prevent lifestyle diseases. Radiant Wellness, is a state of health and wellbeing in all areas of life—physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual. Radiant Wellness can be created and maintained by choosing a comprehensive lifestyle that restores, rebalances, rejuvenates and increases your ability to feel good, look your best and have vitality in a natural way.

Narchi’s approach is based on the 4 Components of Radiant Wellness, a comprehensive lifestyle education program. These 4 Components are an acronym—SELF—from the word self-care, and stand for Serenity, Exercise, (self-) Love and Food. Comprehensive lifestyle choices are powerful, low-tech and low-cost interventions to stop or reverse the progression of lifestyle diseases (heart disease, Alzheimer’s, cancer) by “turning on” disease-preventing genes and “turning off” disease-promoting genes. The lifestyle choices you make are the single most important factor in determining the state of your wellness.

Edward Rockey, Ph.D.

Photo RockeyEdward H. Rockey, Ph.D. is professor Ed Rockey has presented programs in over 250 cities, including a dozen foreign countries.  He has presented seminars for major corporations, such as Amgen and Proctor & Gamble, as well as for smaller enterprises.  His topics have included “How to Succeed under Pressure” and “Put Your Creativity to Work”.  With a Ph.D. from New York University, he served as a Professor of Applied Behavioral Science at the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University, for forty years, and on retirement in 2014 was designated as Professor Emeritus.

Jeff Gero, Ph.D.

Screen Shot 2015-06-02 at 11.41.40 AMJeffrey Gero, Ph.D. is an accomplished, results-oriented management consultant, OD specialist, executive coach, trainer, workshop leader, and national speaker. Dr.Gero is a pioneer in the field of stress management and the creator of the Success Over Stress™ system.

For over 30 years, Dr. Gero has worked with many organizations dealing with a variety of stressors. For example, he delivered the first stress management program for the California Department of Corrections at San Quentin Prison; he assisted the Los Angeles Times with the stress surrounding the 1984 Olympics; he assisted Allied Signal with the stress surrounding a plant closing; and, he assisted paramedics in the California State Firefighters Association with job stress. Other clients of Dr. Gero include Amgen, General Motors, Sheraton Hotels, Hawaiian Telephone, Burger King, Dept.of the Army, Dole Foods, World Safety Organization, Liberty BankThe Heart Association, Hughes Aircraft and Blue Shield. In addition to working with organizations, Dr. Gero coaches athletes and individuals to enhance their performance and solve problems.

Raymond R. Sullivan, Ph.D.

Screen Shot 2015-05-28 at 4.19.49 PMRaymond R. Sullivan, Ph.D. is committed to helping individuals and organizations develop the capacity to achieve and maintain optimal performance. He received his doctorate from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2014. His doctoral work focused on collaborative methods commonly used in organization development to helps participants imagine and manifest positive futures such as Appreciative Inquiry, Future Search, and Scenario Planning and interpreting them through the lens of the latest research on the psychology of time and group dynamics. His current research focuses on brain health and healthy brain lifestyles and their relationship to optimal performance, an endeavor he undertook after witnessing his father succumb to dementia in later life.

Prior to receiving his doctorate, Dr. Sullivan spent 20 years in Silicon Valley working in the technology sector as a software engineering manager. He has an extensive background in management and technology especially software development, software quality and reliability, software process improvement, and ISO certification. After leaving Silicon Valley, Dr. Sullivan spent two years living in Mexico; immersing himself in the culture of Latin American and studying classical and flamenco guitar.

Dr. Sullivan’s extensive experience, varied interests, and depth of knowledge, as well as his comfort working with individual, groups, and organizations make him an ideal facilitator. He leads strategic visioning workshops for non-profits, for-profit organizations, and municipal governments utilizing the principles of Appreciative Inquiry, Future Search, and Scenario Planning. However, he tailors his work to meet his clients’ practical needs. Dr. Sullivan is also a master hypnotherapist who utilizes his expertise in psychology, hypnosis, and Neuro Linguistic Programming to help individuals overcome the blocks that prevent them from obtaining optimal performance.

Through his work, Dr. Sullivan expresses his commitment to the success of individuals, organizations, and their communities. He envisions a world in which we all have the opportunity to personally define and pursue meaningful goals. Dr. Sullivan has dedicated his knowledge, experience, and expertise to help individuals and organizations develop this power by helping them develop the capacity for optimal performance.