Cultivating Wholehearted Living and Communication

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Self-care, or loving oneself, translates to wholehearted living. Learn from the expert, Dr. Mariel Rubia, who is a product of her product.

Communication is a way of living. It can make or break a person. How can communication translate to trust and healthy relationships, which consequently leads to wholehearted conversations? Be enlightened by our international guest, Dr. Kevin McGourty.


  1. Opening Remarks
  2. Prayer
  3. Webinar Etiquette
  4. Company Introduction
  5. Wholehearted Living by Dr. Mariel Rubia, RPsy
  6. Wholehearted Communication by Dr. Kevin McGourty
  7. Question-and-Answer Portion
  8. Acknowledgments
  9. Closing Remarks

Cultivating Wholehearted Living and Communication Facilitator — Kevin McGourty

Kevin McGourty has lived on both the east coast and west coast of the U.S. Traveling is in his future as he is in the midst of acquiring his Irish citizenship since both grandparents were born in Ireland.

Kevin completed a Ph.D. in Psychology, with his doctoral research on emotional intelligence and successfulness among real estate agents.

His work experience includes being a commercial and residential real estate agent in the U.S. and Canada, as well as holding positions in management and marketing in the transportation and telecommunication sectors. Currently, Kevin is a Leadership Development Trainer for the state of Arizona. He is a member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Association of REALTORS®, and certified in Genos Emotional Intelligence assessments.


Cultivating Wholehearted Living and Communication Facilitator — Dr. Mariel Rubia

Dr. Mariel Kristine T. Rubia is a licensed psychologist practicing in the area of Clinical Psychology for 10 years while 17 years in the area of Human Resource/Industrial Psychology. An educator for over ten years, Dr. Rubia serves as Assistant Professor at the De La Salle University-Manila and an Associate Professor at De La Salle College of St. Benilde. For private practice, she is presently a partner and Clinical Psychologist at M.E. Rubia Psychological Assessment and Legal Consultancy and is a practicing Forensic Psychologist with a specialization in annulment cases. Furthermore, Dr. Rubia has practical experience in developing employee training and education programs. She has extensive experience in end-to-end recruitment. She is also adept in training and development and labor relations. She completed her Master of Arts major in Industrial Psychology (cum laude) and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (magna cum laude) at the University of Santo Tomas.

As Research and Development Director of Profiles Asia Pacific/People Dynamics, Dr. Rubia has contributed her extensive knowledge in test development with the application of psychological principles. She is also a Certified Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Certified Assessment Psychologist, Certified Clinical Psychologist, and Certified Hypnotherapist. Business clients rely on her to develop, validate, and standardize industry tests tailored to their organizational needs.

A contributor to international journals, her research on the “Development of a Crime-Related Shame and Guilt Scale for Prisoners in the Philippine Context” was published in the Journal of Forensic Psychology. She has also presented qualitative research on depression at St. Scholastica’s College Manila. She regularly participates in seminar workshops on testing and scale development abroad. She developed the Work Motivational Intensity Scale (WMIS) and it will be presented at the 32nd International Congress of Psychology in Prague, Czech Republic, on July 18-23, 2021.



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