I do my best work with culturally creative dads.
These are fathers who know there’s a growing brotherhood of nurturing, nature-connected, community-minded men in the world. And who are already doing what they can to create a culture that honors all of life.
They are holistic practitioners, community facilitators, outdoor educators and otherwise conscious fathers.
You may have a passion for yoga, massage, healthy foods.
Or perhaps you’re a nature mentor, an permaculturist, a wilderness therapist.
However you express yourself in life, you are one among a growing tribe of dads who all want to do what’s necessary to pass on their most precious gifts to their children.
We are the natural dads, men who are willing to heal our wounds so we can live and parent wholeheartedly.
These are some traits, beliefs and characteristics you’ll recognize if you’re a natural dad too.
As a man, you have a deep love for nature in all its forms and mysterious guises.
You understand the importance of tending relationships, whether to nature, community, your family or yourself.
You value inner growth and riches over consumption and possessions. And you thrive in a rich community, always looking for new ways to reach out, connect, and engage with your surroundings.
You’re a passionate, committed and loving father.
You love what your child is teaching you about who you are and what you are capable of. And you’re willing to heal your wounds, so you can consistently be the father you know your child needs.
You recognize the importance of tending relationships
You see a world that has lost track of all you hold dear, and you want to make a difference.
Around you there are people who seem disconnected from each other, from nature and spirit. You see a world that is out of balance. But deep down you know a different world is possible.
And even though life’s bumps and curves sometimes sets you off course, you believe you have what it takes to raise a resilient, empathetic child who thrives.
As a coach, I want to support you in showing up fully in the world, not least at home, so you can be fully present with your child.