The personal development movement has for decades unintentionally helped spawn generations of people suffering from "integrity deficit disorder." Its symptoms include chronic self-centeredness or self-neglect, lack of self-responsibility, rampant entitlement issues, and ideological rightness addiction. The time has come to place integrity development at the center of preventive health, psychotherapy, coaching, education and religious counseling. It is time for the age of "personal development that serves us all." This presentation provides helping professionals, educators and clergy with a complete superstructure for providing this assistance to those they serve.