It has been Bill’s passion to work with people. With a degree in Philosophy and Religion, he has experienced a life’s worth of transformation through the deep personal interactions he’s had with a wide range of people. His coaching practice exists to help others successfully navigate transitions in their lives in ways that take them deeper into themselves and then back into their communities with newfound vision and passion. Hence his mission is to create loving and joyful community by inspiring lives of freedom and authenticity with compassion, humor and grace.
Since 1991, Bill has been involved with the men’s movement through the ManKind Project. He has participated in training sessions and men’s circles for the past 20 years. A decade ago, Bill began working as a facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) in Maryland. AVP empowers people to lead nonviolent lives through affirmation, mutual respect, community building, cooperation and trust. Passionate about that work, he now coordinates the AVP program at Patuxent Institution, a maximum-security correctional facility, where he delivers the Training for Facilitators workshop.
Through these and other enriching projects, Bill comes to Shadow Work® Coaching with a deep love of personal growth and transformation. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife and his dog, cat and five goldfish. He is a motorcycle enthusiast. Bill also enjoys hiking when not chasing the grandkids around the yard. You may contact him at CentricCoaching.com.