About David Evans



Psychology Today blogger: “Can’t We All Just Get Along?”
Help Us Heal America: Founder of Social Entrepreneur Program

To find out more click on “Our Program.”

Current Counseling Activities Focus On:
Relationships; Spiritual Guidance; Conflict Resolution
For appointment phone (626) 200 9385, or email, evansdavid43@yahoo.com

Emmy Award (shared), for being a writer on “The Monkees” TV show. (Nine scripts.)

Outstanding Case of the Year Award, 2001, Alternative Dispute Program of the Los Angeles County Court.

Outstanding Case of the Year Award, 2000, Alternative Dispute Program of the Los Angeles County Court.

Award Winner, (Cartoon Books), for “THE GOOD BOOK …of Bible Cartoons.” U.S.A. Best Books Awards.

Irwin Award, for One Good Idea, Book Publicists of Southern California.

Nine additional national film awards for short animated films for businesses and schools. See “Films.”

Help Us Heal America, 2016 – present. Social Entrepreneur and Founder. Author of the blog and founding guidebook, “How To Heal America.”

My Life Foundation, Inc. 2013 – 2016 Ombudsman.

Major Family Services, 2005 – 2013. I served as a mediator and parenting instructor, and counseled divorced and divorcing people about relationship issues.

Center for Conflict Resolution, 1998 – 2003 I was a mediator and Communication Director, and served in the County Court Program during this time. I developed and wrote the “Seeds of Peace” series of essays that were distributed to churches throughout Southern California.
“THE GOOD BOOK…of Bible Cartoons” This book is a best seller and an award winner. See “Cartoons” page.

“Does GOD Ever Speak through CATS?” See the “Cats” page.

“One Good Idea” See the “innovation” page for this how-to book about the secrets of innovative thinking.

“I Told ‘em Exactly How to Do it.” A humorous film about the complications and comic hazards of communication. Winner of six national film awards. For Bosustow Media Group.

“Metric Meets the Inchworm” For many people the announcement that the country would change over to the metric measuring was good news. But the news created a huge identity crisis for our film’s hero, Fred Inchworm, who is, in fact, an inchworm.   The film was named “Best Film of the Year” by The American Association of Secondary Mathematics Teachers. Produced by Bosustow Media Group.

Plowshares Institute. Followed a two-year graduate psychology program with an emphasis on conflict resolution. The program culminated with a study tour in South Africa, where we met with, and interviewed, members of the “Truth and Reconciliation Commission.”

University of Colorado. B. A. in Philosophy.