Smart and practical explanations for human behavior.


Our consulting services are provided by professionals with training and clinical experience in behavioral and social science. We excel in the art of training, building organizational morale, and developing meaningful connections with diverse clientele. We share a passion for both the arts and science. So let us put our analytical, creative brains to work for you.


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Favs:   Gardening, Exploring, Kickboxing, & Will Ferrell

Favs: Gardening, Exploring, Kickboxing, & Will Ferrell

Alexis Moreno, PsyD, MS, MA

CEO, Consulting Psychologist, & Health Correspondent

Dr. Moreno is passionate about the interplay between mass media communications, culture, and personal factors. Which explains her academic pursuits. She has a Doctorate in Community Clinical Psychology, a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Bachelor of Science in both Television Broadcasting and Psychology. The more time she spends studying psychological theory, researching human behavior, and working in the community, the more she is inspired by the power of systematically addressing personal and social issues. She has worked as a health educator with middle and high school students, provided psychotherapy with children, families, and couples recovering from violence and trauma, and treated adults on parole and in maximum security psychiatric hospitals suffering with severe mental illness. Spending the last decade teaching and addressing about every topic and crisis imaginable has made corporate consultation and media communications a breeze. Dr. Moreno uses an ecological and biopsychosocial approach to every case conceptualization and collaboratively works with teams in a respectful, humanistic style. Passionate about working with diverse clientele, she tailors her interventions and presentations to engage and meet the needs of every stakeholder involved. 



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Favs:   Diving, Comics, Bicycling, & Travel

Favs: Diving, Comics, Bicycling, & Travel

Alex Honigman, LICSW, MA

Consulting Social Worker & Health Correspondent

Alex Honigman enjoys the relationship between the psyche and society.  Having never wanted to pick a side in the nature versus nurture debate he pursued degrees in both Psychology and Sociology and finally a Masters of Social Work with an emphasis on clinical interventions. He has worked as an educator for non-profits and lecturer for Universities.  Starting as a therapist for survivors of trauma, moving on to perpetrators and spent significant time as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at a Forensic State Hospital.  Alex continues to emphasize culture as a key component to effective therapy and the changing of systems (organizations and businesses).  Whether this be through; music, film, tv, art, comics, games, memes or other aspects of popular (or sometimes unpopular) culture.  Utilizing an individuals cultural values to make for a more meaningful individualized therapeutic intervention. 

Favs:   Sci-Fi, Puppies, Gardening, & Takis

Favs: Sci-Fi, Puppies, Gardening, & Takis

Laureno Moreno, MA

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Diversity advisor

Lauren has worked extensively within the LGBT community since earning a BA in Philosophy and double minor degrees in Pre-Law & Sociology at Mount St. Marys University. Back then Lauren took on the role of acting president for the Gay Straight Alliance. Today, Lauren is the Co-Founder of Expanding Identity Development Consulting, ensuring that organizations are utilizing best practices when working with LGBTQ folks. Lauren also works as the Director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Student Services (LGBTSS) and Intercultural Programming at Loyola Marymount University, California. Lauren is the advisor of the registered student organization Transcendence which caters to the needs and development of Trans* Non-Binary student populations. They also work extensively with the LGBT Center of Los Angeles, youth education department Lifeworks. Lauren has been training with the Community Action Network out of the LGBT Center, engaging LGBT youth populations in storytelling, resonance building, leadership development, and educational attainment. Needless to say, Lauren loves all things LGBT and education. Lauren hopes to pursue their Ph.D. in Queer Theory ...and maybe if they're feeling ambitious their Law Degree.

Favs:   Running, Photography, & Adventures with his wife Heather & son Connor

Favs: Running, Photography, & Adventures with his wife Heather & son Connor

Russell Kipnis, MBA

Marketing Manager & All Around Nice Guy

Russell is a tenacious professional armed with a broad-based background and an extensive skillset. He excels in marketing, relationship development, lead generation, email campaigns, marketing plan development, customer database management and market research. Fortunately for us, Russell is passionate about planning, coordinating, and implementing practices and procedures to bring significant improvements in organizational efficiency, quality, and processes. Russell earned his MBA with an emphasis in Marketing from Northeastern University’s D'Amore-McKim School of Business and dedicates his expertise in the successful attainment of our company's goals. 




“In the organic interchanges which constitute social life, we are affected by each other to a degree beyond what is found even among the most gregarious of animals. This third factor, the social environment, is of enormous force as a modifier of human life..”

Charlotte P. Gilman


“If this work can contribute in any way toward proving this, and at the same time arouse the conscience of the American people to a demand for justice to every citizen, and punishment by law for the lawless, I shall feel I have done my race a service.”

Ida B. Wells


“Cognitive therapy seeks to alleviate psychological stresses by correcting faulty conceptions and self-signals. By correcting erroneous beliefs we can lower excessive reactions.”

Aaron T. Beck
(Born 1921)


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Albert Bandura
(Born 1925)