In addition to having been a full-time professor and administrator (Masters of Counseling Psychology at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology in Seattle, WA), I speak and facilitate often at conferences, seminars, and retreats. I enjoy helping others consider the quality of their relationships as well as how to pursue more satisfying and meaningful lives. I teach on topics related to soul care, psychology, and spirituality. I address purpose, relationships, broken lives, pursuit of more fruitful living, faith, spirituality, and the Celtic perspective. Additionally, I teach about specific topics that focus on the needs of individuals and communities.
I enjoy teaching and facilitating group discussion on a wide variety of topics. Although not an exhaustive list, examples of topics that I present are:
- Celtic Spirituality as it guides and establishes spiritual, relational, and personal growth.
- Who we are, Why are we dissatisfied, How do we fix it
- Effective Communication within Relationships
- Pursuit of Purpose and Meaning
- The Cry of the Human Soul
- Growing in Relationships (friendships, marriages, committed relationships).
- Teaching Theoretically
- Leading Growth Groups
- Addressing Broken and Painful Lives
- Raising Children: When the Owner’s Manuals Fail
- Relating Effectively with Adolescents
- Men’s issues
- Maturing in relationship with your partner
- Understanding Addictions and Pursuing Recovery
- Personal and Couple Related Sexual Struggles
- Strengthening Community
- Faith in relationship to Culture, Community, and/or Personal Growth
- Seeking God in all of Life
For current teaching, retreat, seminar, and spiritual direction training opportunities, please visit The Celtic Center.