The IPS Project:

Educational Platform on Life


A warm welcome to The IPS Project, an educational platform on life. Here, you can find knowledge about life topics such as mental health, relationships, the workings of the mind, etc.—topics we learn little to nothing about growing up. If you would like to expand your learning, be sure to follow us on our social media pages:

What Would You Like to Educate Yourself On?

Mental Health

Depression, loneliness, suicide, trauma—you name it. Want to learn more about mental illnesses and mental health? Click here.

The World

Broaden your view about the world and its vast possibilities. Learn more about cultures, opportunities in life, regrets, traveling, etc.

Relationships

Love, sex, friendships, family, communication, etc.: Learn to build and maintain relationships better with others and with yourself.

The Mind

Consciousness, the power of the mind, compulsive thinking, etc.: Gain a more profound understanding of the mind.

Body & Brain

Educate yourself about your own body and brain. Learn how it works, how to improve it, and how to take better care of it.

Instructors and Mentors

Looking for one-on-one coaching or therapy?
Check out our directory of coaches, therapists, psychologists, and neuroscientists.
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Dr. Martin Inderbitzin
Neuroscientist and mindset specialist.
Book an Appointment with Martin
Signe M. Hegestand
Licensed psychologist specializing in treating emotional abuse.
Book an Appointment wih Signe
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“Our culture has become hooked on the quick-fix, the life hack, efficiency. Everyone is on the hunt for that simple action algorithm that nets maximum profit with the least amount of effort. There’s no denying this attitude may get you some of the trappings of success, if you’re lucky, but it will not lead to a calloused mind or self-mastery. If you want to master the mind and remove your governor, you’ll have to become addicted to hard work. Because passion and obsession, even talent, are only useful tools if you have the work ethic to back them up.”