About John Dupuy
John Dupuy is a native of Texas and grew up in Latin America. John is a veteran of the United States Army, where he served in Europe as a military police investigator. John has a Bachelor's degree from Texas State University in Modern Languages (German and Spanish) and a Master of Arts degree in Transpersonal Psychology from John F. Kennedy University.
John is the founder of Integral Recovery, has published various articles on the subject, and in 2013, his book Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction was published by SUNY Press, later to win the 2013 USA Best Book Award.
John coaches individuals suffering from the disease of addiction or depression from his home via Skype; he is an adjunct professor at JFK University, teaching Basic Addiction Studies, and travels nationally and internationally to teach and inspire on the subject of Integral Recovery and brainwave entrainment meditation technology. John has worked in many of the nation's top therapeutic wilderness programs and helped found Passages to Recovery and Open Sky Wilderness Therapy.
John is an avid meditator and a fitness enthusiast. (He actually does the practices he recommends.) John is also a gifted musician; he has played the guitar since he was 13 years old. He is a singer/songwriter with several albums to his credit and has a passion for singing and playing the electric blues.
John is married to Pam Parsons Dupuy, who is a licensed and gifted therapist with many years of experience working with addicts and their families. Pam is John's partner in all of his Integral Recovery activities as well as in his work with iAwake Technologies/the Profound Meditation Program.
John is a pioneer in using brain entrainment technology clinically for the treatment of addiction, depression, and other mental disorders.