Dave McFarren is a Certified Shadow Work® Group Facilitator who has been active in personal growth since 1992. He did the New Warrior Training Adventure (NWTA) weekend in 1999 and has been interested in facilitating personal work ever since, staffing many NWTA weekends and taking several follow-on/leadership trainings, including the Inner King and Next Step trainings. Dave is active in his New Warrior I-Group, where he often practices his Shadow Work® skills. Dave has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology and, when not doing personal work, he works as a Database Applications Developer.
Comments about Shadow Work® seminars facilitated by Dave and Chrissy McFarren:
“Chrissy and Dave seem to be naturals at Shadow Work®. They create a safe container, are passionate about this work, and do it with love and integrity.” D.M.
“Chrissy and Dave create a safe, effective container for people to process deep emotions and traumas. They bring great caring, sensitive intuition and skill to the Shadow Work® facilitation process.” B.R.
“My Shadow Work® experiences were profound and life-changing. Dave and Chrissy were powerful, compassionate, and highly intuitive guides who helped me see my truth and strength.” M.P.
“I have never before experienced such a unique balance of safety, gentleness, and power that Chrissy and Dave McFarren create in their Shadow Work® retreats. They offer an inspiring balance of male and female energy, working exceptionally well together in co-leadership.” P.S.
Dave & Chrissy are married and live with their three children and a variety of animals in Coaldale, Colorado. Visit their website, www.full-circle-seminars.com to find out more about what Dave and Chrissy are doing, or contact them directly at (304) 728-9812, or by emailing them at [email protected] or [email protected].
You can find Chrissy’s articles for the Shadow Work® email newsletter at the Articles page, including Equine-Assisted Shadow Work®, Introduction to Equine-Assisted Shadow Work® and Taking Shadow Work® into the Wilderness in Colorado.