Judge comes from a background of recovery and self-development. His educational background ranges from Political Science to Electronic Engineering. He is a one-time pre-med student and NCAA football player at the University in North Carolina, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and he brings various experiences from a non-dominant-cultural point of view.
Judge is a certified Shadow Work® coach and group facilitator. He has been with the ManKind Project (MKP) since 2000 and has studied with mentors Martin Lassoff, John Gaughan and Cliff Barry, achieving certification as an MKP weekend co-leader.
Judge is instrumental in raising awareness and developing Shadow Work® study groups in Houston, Texas, and other communities. He has worked diligently to bring awareness to diversity and develop technologies to address diversity within self awareness containers. He spends many weekends teaching and facilitating with “The Center for the Healing of Racism” and is developing his unique spin on the importance of understanding the power of behavioral patterning. His latest project is working with veterans and the Veterans Journey Home weekends that welcome veterans of foreign wars back into the community and help them adjust to the world they left behind.
Judge has raised the bar of the awareness for the need to bring cultural, sexual, spiritual, religious, ethnic, and many other forms of diverse stereotypical thoughts to the forefront of our work. It is his intent to find the means to co-create a world of safety, integrity, forgiveness and unconditional love. “I look forward to the day I can offer regular containers where the opportunity to deconstruct the patterns of behavior which uphold the psychological separation of diverse people of any background.”
You can reach Judge at (832) 295-9845 or by email at jsl[email protected].