Dr. Ardy

Ardys Reverman is called Dr. Ardy by her peers and associates. Dr. Ardy has a Ph.D. in a very hot new field. Psycho-Neuro-Immunology (P.N.I.), and in the path of fellow PNI professionals such as Depok Chopra, is using her background as an author and speaker to influence audiences nation-wide. Before her work in P.N.I. she was an NLP specialist and before that a Learning Disability Specialist AND before that a “mom” bothered by the varied learning styles of each of her children. Not too long ago, Dr. Ardy introduced the “Synergy Pals” as A method of understanding whole-brain thinking. We make a good learning fit with each other, when we nurture natural talents. She presents humor with a message. She believes that influence, the capacity to shift a persons perceptions, emotions and actions, is the single most important skill we can master to increase the quality of our lives as well as the lives of all those we have the privilege to touch. Dr. Ardy believes life produces extraordinary rewards for those who give in extraordinary ways. She challenges us to make a joint commitment today, to participate together with a new level of intensity and passion, a level that goes far beyond anything we’ve ever done before. She challenges us to begin the process of taking our lives to the next level. HOW??? Welcome this power simply by helping each other in the spirit of service, with love and laughter.

Jack Canfield

Co-Author – Chicken Soup for the Soul

Mark Victor Hansen

Co-Author – Chicken Soup for the Soul

John Glenn & Dr Ardy

John Glenn & Dr Ardy Inner and Outer Space Pioneers presenting at the American Creativity Conference in Ohio


The Right Reverend Rustin Kimsey, Episcopal Bishop of Eastern Oregon

“To understand our lives as lifelong opportunities of learning is to claim the spiritual road into wholeness.”

Lendon H. Smith, M.D., author, The Children’s Doctor

“We are all different. Dr. Reverman has captured those differences in this work and made it easy and natural for child and adult to get back into the understanding mode, so that everyone in the family can be comfortable and accepted.”

Tony Alessandra, Ph.D., author, The Platinum Rule

“What drives people to be right, to be liked, to seek attention, to have control, to protect family and everyone you know. Easily, affordably, redefine what it means to be smart. One people living on one planet.”

Barbara Swanson, M.L.S., founder-president, Catalyst Bookseller

“I think the strength of the book is in the examples of how the SQ styles interact in the real world. Different situations can threaten each of the personality types into different expressions of self need and discord.”

Anthony R. Palermini, former superintendent DDSD, Oregon

“I am pleased to be able to add my support to the work you are doing in the latest brain research, new and exciting body of knowledge to the field in education.”

Tom Trebelhorn, major league baseball manager

“A profound appreciation of the whole team can lead to championships when we skillfully play our own part well.”

Susan Hammer, attorney at law-mediator, and Lee Kelly, sculptor

“Understanding the different ways people process information is an important skill we use all our lives.”

Nickyanne Laman, Founding Diamond Sales Director, Discovery Toys

“Diversity means families in everyday relationships, sharing fun and learning. For real success learn to understand differences where everybody counts.”

Bill Reilly, president, William Reilly Engineering

“The cornerstone of effective management and the number-one edge over competition is that people must like you and trust you. In a competitive world the edges are extremely important.”

Helen M. Rockey, CEO

“The inner game of business is whole-brain communication. It is a valuable tool to develop successful marketing skills for your personal and business creativity.”

C.G. Cale, Investment Manager

“Being emotionally fit gives you the strength to express your uniqueness. The Synergy Pals Profile is an easy personality assessment tool to enlighten and entertain while exploring human needs for relationship.”

Douglas Houser, attorney, Bullivant, Houser, Bailey, Pendergrass & Hoffman

“A beginner’s guide to the basics of understanding temperament roles. Both science and common sense show us our view of human intelligence is far too narrow; we ignore a crucial range of abilities that matter immensely in terms of how we succeed in life. “

Carlita and Ron Evezich, Evezich Enterprises

“Parents and professionals are most effective by supporting and valuing team-work. We shine at feeling really good about what we like to do that works. This makes us feel self confident and credible.”

John H. Herman, CEO Duffel Sportswear

“When pulling a garment together we start the creative process with color, followed by silhouette. Then we begin the engineering of technique and measurement, which completes the style. This is a creative, whole-brain process.”

Gordon Kee, Motion Picture Producer

“Analyzing scripts and changing directors minds to improve all parts of production uses the whole brain in a way so that every sense counts.”

William Barendrick, Jr., former President, Oregon Assoc. of Realtors

“Listening to your customer-centered needs ensures a win-win benefit for all.”

Patricia Fripp, past president, National Association of Speakers

“Redefining smarts for the love of it, gets everybody into the act, for we are the first generation to be aware of ourselves as a WHOLE.”

Cameron Truesdell, CEO Long Term Health Care

“Lifelong, we must take on new tasks in order to exercise the thinking and feelings that keep our brains healthy.”