Richard Cox is the recently-retired President of the Forest Institute (a graduate school of professional psychology, which includes an intergenerational living community) in Springfield, MO. A man of many talents, Cox holds doctorates in psychology, medicine, and theology. He has authored numerous professional and popular papers, articles, as well as contributing to several professional books. Dr. Cox has spoken internationally and has served as keynoter at several national conferences-- especially in the area of human services as they apply to medicine, pyschology and religion. Among his other talents, Richard is a trumpet virtuoso and is recognized by the International Trumpet Guild and the National Trumpet Competition. He resides with wife Betty in Springfield, MO.