Educational hub providing resources and training on intentional practice.


In 2018, LBI will transition to a not-for-profit educational hub governed by a Board.

Day-to-day operations will be managed by an Executive Director, and with all service provision and quality assurance overseen by a Clinical, Research and Education Director (Dr Ivan Raymond). Expert Hubs (or committees) will bring a content focus to specific functions (e.g., Clinical and Research, Accreditation). Two-way knowledge exchange will occur with LBI endorsed Ambassadors embedded within communities and agencies.

LBI will be part funded through its fee-for-service programs such as IMPACT, as well as consultancy partnerships. Ongoing development and growth of resources is supported by philanthropic and government funding for broader community education and administration functions. LBI is also supported ‘in kind’ by a range of sponsors and program partners.

For further information on LBI’s transition to not-for-profit status, and the Ambassador and Chapter Programs, please click here.