Meet The Staff

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Senior Executive Staff

Janet Doman

Director

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iahp staffJanet Doman has been the director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP) since 1980. She grew up at The Institutes and was pitching in to help brain-injured children by the time she was nine years old. She was directly involved in The Institutes groundbreaking work in early reading. At fourteen, she illustrated one of the first books ever published that was written and designed to be read by two- and three-year-old children.

After completing studies in zoology at the University of Hull in England and physical anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, Janet devoted herself to teaching early reading programs to parents at The Institutes.

In 1974, she headed a team sent to Japan to teach English to mothers and babies at the Early Development Association in Tokyo. On her return to the United States she helped to create The Evan Thomas Institute, the first of The Institutes devoted to teaching mothers of well children how to develop their tiny children intellectually, physically, and socially.

Janet and her father updated and revised Glenn’s international best-selling books, How To Teach Your Baby To Read, How To Teach Your Baby Math and How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence. She authored the children’s book, Enough, Inigo, Enough and co-authored How Smart Is Your Baby? and How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge.

Janet spends most of her day teaching the parents of hurt and well children and helping them to discover the vast potential of their babies and their own potential as teachers and a valued IAHP staff member.

 

Douglas Doman

Vice Director

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about-our-vice-director-douglas-doman-the-institutes-for-the-achievement-of-human-potential-wyndmoor-paDouglas Doman is the vice director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP). As president of The Institutes in Europe, he is responsible for The Institutes operations and families throughout Europe. He also serves on the board of directors of The Institutes in Mexico, where courses and the lecture series are presented each May.

As the son of Katie and Glenn Doman, he grew up on The Institutes campus knowing the brain-injured children on the clinical program. Douglas’s early years on the IAHP staff were spent creating the School for Human Development, a school for brain-injured young adults. He and his staff created the world’s first Human Development Course, a circuit utilizing physical activities that promote brain organization and development.

From 1977 to 1980, Douglas and his staff made significant breakthroughs in the physical development of well and brain-injured children. They researched and discovered the quantification of human mobility and, working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Vehicle for Initial Crawling.

Douglas co-authored How to Teach Your Baby To Be Physically Superb, which has been translated into ten languages, and is the author of How To Teach Your Baby To Swim.

Douglas led The Institutes work with ASICS, an international company that produces brachiation ladders and running shoes specifically for children.

He is married to Rosalind Klein Doman, director of The Institute for the Achievement of Physical Excellence. Their four children—Marlowe, Spencer, Morgan, and Noah—have enjoyed the benefits of The Institutes programs for well children.

 

Dr. Leland Green

Medical Director

about-medical-director-dr-leland-green-the-institutes-for-the-achievement-of-human-potential-wyndmoor-paLeland Green, MD, is the Medical Director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP). He is responsible for teaching parents how to create optimum health in their brain-injured child and well children.

Dr. Green received undergraduate degrees in zoology and anthropology, and his medical degree from the University of Minnesota. After three years in the U.S. Army, he completed a fellowship in internal medicine in Minnesota.

In 1962 he accepted a fellowship in allergy and immunology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. This led to a private practice in the field at Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia.

Dr. Green first came to The Institutes seeking help for his brain-injured son. He began to work in The Institutes clinic with brain-injured children, as many suffer from allergies and a compromised immune system. From 1967 to 1972 he was the assistant medical director of The Institutes. He helped to bring Adelle Davis to The Institutes, where her concepts and principles formed the basis of the nutritional program.

As an avid traveler and adventurer, Dr. Green accompanied The IAHP staff on trips to South Africa, Brazil, Japan, New Guinea and Italy to study child brain development.

In 1972 he returned to private practice in allergy and immunology. In 1999 he rejoined The Institutes medical staff and has become active in The Institutes AK Biofeedback program. He is a fellow of the Academy for Child Brain Development.

 

Susan Aisen

Director, The Institute for the Achievement of Intellectual Excellence

about-director-institute-achievement-intellectual-excellence-susan-aisen-the-institutes-for-the-achievement-of-human-potential-wyndmoor-paAs a graduate student at the University of Michigan, Susan began her studies and training at The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in 1973. In 1980, she became the Director of the Institute for the Achievement of Intellectual Excellence, and the Director of the Evan Thomas Institute.

She is a principal lecturer in the “How to Multiply Your Baby Your Baby’s Intelligence” course which has been presented since 1978 to parents the world over. She teaches parents in how to enhance the growth and development of the brain through intellectual growth specifically in reading, mathematics, and encyclopedic knowledge, She also teaches parents how to do an evaluation of their child using The Institutes Developmental Profile.

Ms. Aisen is also a principal lecturer in the “What to Do About Your Brain Injured Child” course. She teaches parents of brain injured children how to evaluate their children neurologically and how to create an effective program of sensory stimulation to enhance seeing, hearing, tactility.

Susan is an international lecturer on intellectual growth in children, and has taught parents in England, Ireland, Italy, Brazil, Colombia, Malaysia, Japan, China, Singapore, Puerto Rico, and the United States, how to create intellectual excellence in their children.

She served as a consultant to Glenn Doman in the writing of How to Teach Your Baby Math and How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence. She is a co-author of the book How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge.

Susan is a principal lecturer in The Pathway to Wellness now available online to parents worldwide.

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