The Members of the Gay Coaches Alliance

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Harry Faddis

Harry Faddis
harryfaddis@gmail.com
Type: Life Coach
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This is a photo of the pond at Easton Mountain where I live. (www.eastonmountain.org). We are a residential community and we run the Easton Mountain Retreat Center in upstate New York.

I have been working as a Life Coach for nearly twenty years, almost exclusively with Gay Men.


I have many experiences in life that may be related to why men engage me as their coach.

 

Here are some of them:

  • The Men's Movement and Personal Growth Movement for more that twenty-five years.

  • Twelve-Step Work

  • Re-Evaluation Counseling

  • The Avatar Training

  • Retired instructor of The Body Electric School

  • One of the founding members of The Easton Mountain Retreat Center in upstate NY

  • Third Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, November 2016.

And finally,
I have a Life Coach myself, and I am a certified Life Coach (The Coaches Training Institute (www.thecoaches.com).

 


 

Harry Faddis, D. D., CPCC, has been a Life Coach for fifteen years and is a certified coach with The Coaches Training Institute.

He has been a member of the Easton Mountain Community, at www.EastonMountain.com since its founding in 2000, and he has also served as a member of The Board of Directors.

As a Life Coach and a Spiritual Director he works with gay men, focusing on all male issues, including spirituality, eroticism, career, finances, and personal power. He is one of the Founders of The Gay Coaches Alliance, at www.thegaycoaches.com, an international association of Gay Coaches.

At Easton Mountain he works in programming development and special projects. He sometimes facilitates workshops in Life Coaching, the Enneagram, Japanese Caligraphy, and Fundamentals of Martial Arts. He has a Third Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.

Harry was the co-host of, along with Steve Sims, The Quest of Life, a weekly radio show about Queer Spirituality at www.thequestoflife.com. The show lasted from 2004 to 2013.

To learn more about Harry, please visit his website at www.harryfaddis.com

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