My professional, personal and educational background – Certified Master Integrative Coach, Life Coach, Facilitator, Tele-class Leader, Business Executive, divorced man multiple time,single father of two teenagers, Stanford MBA and founding professor of the Ford Institute for Integrative Coaching at JFK University – make me rare and exceptional in the field of personal transformation.
I currently teach the only peaceful divorce coaching training program in the world, the Spiritual Divorce Coaching Training Program. Here we train divorce mental health and coaching professionals to handle the emotional parts of divorce that get over looked or avoided in all the activity of the divorce process.
I joined the staff of Debbie Ford, the author of the critically acclaimed book Spiritual Divorce in 2001. I have taught, at one time or another, in every one of Debbie’s programs. I helped develop the Spiritual Divorce tele-classes and co-developed the coaching training offered through JFK. I, having worked in both the corporate world and transformational field, along with his wide ranging personal and spiritual experiences, now offer my unique perspective on divorce, transformation and its delivery in the world today.
My towering, gentle man, presence exceeds my merely physical size. My openness brings a magnificent juxtaposition of safety, love and certainty to all I touch. My willingness to be vulnerable and expose my heart makes me a wonderful model for those, especially men, who want to join the swelling ranks of integrated, enlighten peoples. It is my ability to seamlessly cross back and forth between the real world and transformational world that allows me to reach many who would otherwise dismiss the personal growth field.
I specialize in the areas of sincere, straightforward communication, divorce separation, loss, all forms of relationships and love. Currently, I am completing my book on healing your heart. I am aslo currently beginning the enrollment and program development pahse for our upcoming Spiritual Divorce Coaching Training program.
Please contact me if you wnat to know more at firstname.lastname@example.org
I was at a fasting retreat for 8 days and some unrelated travel until this Monday but I am back now and hoping to coonect about our next steps with you. I am thinking I might offer a freee teleclass in our work for people on this site so they know more about what we do. What do you think?
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