Dr. Carlos A Raimundo
Creator of the Play of Life method and Director of Active Learning Centre International
Carlos has studies in medicine, surgery, psychotherapy, psychiatry in Argentina, theology in the USA, communities in Europe & USA and management & leadership in Australia. Carlos is the author of Relationship Capital (Prentice Hall, 2002) and the creator of the 3d Visualisation and Simulation Model also known as Play of Life®, which has revolutionised individual and team behavioural transformation and for which he received the Innovation Award by the ASGPP in New York 2002. The captivating simplicity of his methodology facilitates change in people’s lives in an alive, sharp and useful manner by bypassing the neo-cortex and directly connecting with the limbic system; the part of the brain that deals with emotions, memory and sustainable behavioural change. Carlos and his methods are as much at home coaching the General Secretary of the OEA in strategic management as they with coaching Kiribati indigenous elders in the south Pacific.
Carlos is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture at Charles Sturt University.
Associate Director of Active Learning Centre International
Melanie has a Diploma in Counselling; she’s a student of Philosophy and Psychology at Macquarie University, a Facilitator and Accredited Play of Life Trainer and Coach, and Enneagram.rc Coach. Melanie is also an International Presenter and Speaker. Melanie is a professional member of the International Enneagram Association (IEA) and a partner of Relationship Capital, a corporate and personal consulting organisation. She’s also a professional opera singer in training. Melanie has her private practice working with individuals, couples and families. She has previously worked corporately with government and private organisations including HealthShare, Dept of Health, QANTAS, Origin Energy and with Faith-Based, Nonprofit NPO organisations. Melanie has presented her work at International Enneagram Conferences in Argentina and the Netherlands.