Teresa Walding BSN, RN, NC-BC

Killeen, TX 76541


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Passionate About Inspiring Others

After my healing experience (read article Releasing Chronic Pain under blog) at the American Holistic Nurses Association 5th Regional Texas Conference, I knew I had to help others learn about The Principles of Resilience. 


I immediately signed up for a nurse coaching program.  There was no hesitation, no second guessing, I just "knew" it was what I was supposed to do.   I have been teaching and coaching with the Principles of Resilience since April 2016. 


It has been a wonderful journey of healing and insight.  There is nothing quite like helping people see the Principles of Resilience for themselves. My desire is to help as many people as possible to experience changes that they want to achieve.  


If you are looking to create a better life with less stress and anxiety, the Principles of Resilience will help you.  The Principles of Resilience add nothing extra to do, are always accessible and require no special training to use.  You have been using them our whole life. 

As your coach, I will hold space for you to explore the Principles of Resilience and how the insight of how they work can help you.  

What are

the Principles of Resilience?

According to Sydney Banks, the man who uncovered these Principles "There are three principles: Mind, Consciousness, and Thought." (EGR 53).


These Three Principles are the foundation of mental life. All three Principles together, create a Paradigm of how mental life is created.

The definition of a paradigm: 

"In science and philosophy, a paradigm is a distinct set of concepts or thought patterns, including theories, research methods, postulates, and standards for what constitutes legitimate contributions to a field." (

It is in the insightful understanding of these three principles, of seeing them at work in your life, that has the power to help you live your best life possible.

"There are three principles: Mind, Consciousness, and Thought."
-Sydney Banks

Professional Involvement

Faculty member and co-creator of the Advancing Holistic Health Coaching Program.


Three Principles Practitioner,


Member American Holistic Nurses Association, CenTex Chapter co-leader since 2011.


Member of the Texas Organization of Nurse Leaders.


Registered Nurse, BSN,  Boise State University, 1993.

Health and Wellness Board Certified Nurse Coach (NC-BC), 2016

Ongoing professional development classes, retreats, and individual mentoring  by Dr Keith Blevens since 2016.

Coached by Steve Hardison, The Ultimate Coach.  Life changing experience.

Life-long learner of Complimentary and Alternative Modalities.