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Catalyst Coaching with Richard Seidman

 

Richard Seidman has three decades’ experience helping individuals and organizations break free of inertia and find the next actions to take that lead to profound results. He will guide you in finding the openings you need to become more fully yourself and realize your goals.

In each 30-minute session you will discover at least one tangible action you can take to move forward right away, or the session will be free.

“Richard’s wisdom-infused and generous, insightful and creative capacities will be fully in service to your wants and needs. His attention will rain boon upon boon on you!”– Stephen Victor, President & CEO, Geomancie International

“Richard’s guidance is insightful, adept and immeasurably helpful! Together, we created quick movement and wonderful results.” – Sharon Dvora, artist and art teacher

“He works in a holistic way with one’s whole life, helping us integrate and align with the good and deeper aspects we are seeking that inspire us onward.” – Jon Bono, screenwriter, author, and producer of “The Serious Business of Happiness”

$50 per 30-minute session.

Appointments in person, via phone, or Skype.

Call for an appointment or to learn more: 541-324-3191

Richard Seidman, M.Ed. is founder of the award-winning Portland nonprofit organization, Friends of Trees, now in its 28th year. He’s the author of A New Oracle of Kabbalah: Mystical Teachings of the Hebrew Letters, World Cup Mouse, The Secret of Ebbets Field, and several screenplays. In addition to his consulting and coaching, he currently serves as executive director of Southern Oregon Repertory Singers. His studies include Zen Buddhism, Hellinger Family and Organizational Constellations, Kabbalah, and Human Design. He holds a black belt in Shotokan Karate. He’s married to physical therapist and Nia teacher, Rachael Resch, and lives in Ashland, Oregon.

 

Richard Seidman photo by Rachael R Resch 7-27-14