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Chuck is one of those men whose personal path and career passions are one and the same. Chuck is committed to his own personal growth and evolutions as a man, and brings that same energy and focus into his work with recovering Nice Guys. If you’re looking for a mentor, coach, teach or therapist who walks his talk, Chuck may just be the person you’ve been seeking.
Chuck is licensed by the state of Oregon as a Professional Counselor, holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development, a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, yet he's most proud of being a Certified No More Mr. Nice Guy Coach and Therapist. Because of his own recovery, Chuck is ardent about helping Nice Guys transform into Good Men. Chuck provides individual and group coaching both online and in person. Find out more by visiting his website www.niceguyhelp.com
Denver, CO, USA
Ken Curry is a father, husband, mentor, friend and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). His specialty is manhood, masculinity and relationships. He is a recovering Nice Guy who is continually exploring new avenues of strength, vitality and purpose.
Ken works from the premise that masculinity is good and that each man brings significance into our world and that men have been designed to move with freedom, presence and strength. Along with individual and relationship counseling, Ken provides ongoing groups for men to overcome Nice Guy Syndrome and to build personal integrity in order to influence the world with intent and passion. Ask him about other possibilities as well.
For group information: Email Ken Curry
Boston, MA, USA
Ted Helm has been practicing psychotherapy since 1999, including as the director of an intensive group therapy program. He has been involved in the NMMNG recovery community since 2000. In addition to working with recovering Nice Guys, Ted works with adults on a wide range of problems and teaches cooking as a chef-instructor.
Los Angeles, CA, USA
(310) 926 8450
Dr. Pariser is a psychotherapist in West Los Angeles specializing in the treatment of emotional disorders, including depression, anxiety, OCD, and PTSD. In addition, he provides help for life issues related to relationships, self-esteem, career, creativity, and personal growth and change.
Seattle, WA, USA
Michael has been practicing therapy since 2005. In his work with men, he seeks to help clients find a strong sense of self and a feeling of mastery. Through cognitive, experiential, and bodywork approaches, Michael works to increase a client's freedom of action, which arises from increasing freedom of feeling, freedom of movement, and freedom of self-expression.
Portland, OR, USA
Steve Sutton is a licensed clinical social worker and became a certified No More Mr. Nice Guy therapist in 2014. Steve has a private practice running Nice Guy recovery groups both online and in Portland, Oregon. Before working with Nice Guys, Steve worked for over 10 years in New York City, Seattle, and Portland with adults and families experiencing a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, persistent mental illness, and high conflict divorce. Steve is passionate about working with men in recovery from Nice Guy Syndrome. His groups are small, focused, and provide their members with a safe and challenging space to explore their issues while learning from other men on a similar journey.
For group information: Email Steven Sutton
Torrance, CA, USA
Email Chris Aguilar
I have been really fortunate to live a very colorful journey. I spent 10 years in technology consulting working as a COO for a firm in Los Angeles. From there I went on to follow my passion of filmmaking and won several awards for my work as a documentary film maker. When I found Dr. Glover's book my own mediocrity in other areas of my life suddenly made sense. The divorce, string of difficult relationships, a seeming inability to move forward. The depression and anxiety. Through the work in No More Mr. Nice Guy and the support of a group of men I trust, I have found some of my true callings, and part of that is coaching and working with other Nice Guys. Many of my clients are creatives who are "stuck" but I also work with individuals around recovery and addiction. I am also an athletic trainer and truly believe in combining the mind/body connection to recovery. I offer in office and remote coaching.
Silicon Valley and San Francisco Peninsula, CA, USA
After a successful tech career in Silicon Valley, Ata followed his dreams of working with others as a coach and mentor. In addition to topics covering MNG, his work evolves around invitation to our essential selves, into our courageous hearts, and into integrity with ourselves as a platform for healthier relationships. Currently he facilitates several ongoing weekly men's support groups in the SF Bay Area, in addition to his executive coaching and team building business. He is a recovering Mr. Nice Guy, with a deep commitment to helping men become integrated and emotionally healthy human beings. He creates a safe and confidential container whereby men share their lives authentically with other men, get to know and work with emotions, and experience non-judgmental and non-competitive masculine support.
Ata utilizes years of training and practice in mindfulness-based psychotherapy, the Enneagram of personality assessment, Non-violent Communication, and CoActive coaching skills, while working with individuals who seek 1:1 coaching.
For group information: Email Ata Amiri
Rowan has been working as a business coach in London for over a decade. Being trained in various teachings in personal and spiritual development, he coaches business leaders to transcend limited beliefs and step into their greatness, allowing their businesses and lives to thrive and flourish.
As a recovering Nice Guy, Rowan has managed to go from near bankruptcy to running a thriving coaching and consulting business by working through and overcoming many of his own Nice Guy tendencies. As a result, not only has his business flourished but he shares more meaningful and fulfilling relationships with his children and family and friends and a far deeper intimacy with his partner.
Because of his desire to help Nice Guys undo their limiting conditioning and come into their native masculine power, Rowan is working to build a community and offer workshops and seminars as well as one to one sessions to support recovering Nice Guys in the UK, to help men who long to serve their loved ones and the world from their balls and from their heart, rather than from their Nice Guy.
Rowan is known to compassionately and relentlessly get to the heart of the matter in his coaching and training. In his workshops and one to one sessions Rowan supports men to identify their Nice Guy patterns and transform them; embody leadership, create financial abundance, attract a lover or lovers, create and sustain a loving, intimate relationship with their chosen partner, discover and enjoy their native sexuality and cultivate presence as an art of love.
For group information go to: www.meetup.com/Mens-group-NoMoreMrNiceGuy-UK/
New Orleans, LA, USA
Tony Endelman is an author, blogger and certified life coach who lives in New Orleans, La. As a recovering Nice Guy and NMMNG coach, Tony is passionately dedicated to helping nice guys get what they want in love and in life. In addition to being an NMMNG coach, Tony is formally trained in Strategic Intervention, which pulls from a variety of disciplines, including: Ericksonian therapy, strategic family therapy, human needs psychology, organizational psychology, neurolinguistics, psychology of influence and strategic studies. The term “Strategic Intervention” was coined by Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes to describe their highly effective change work. In his free time, Tony enjoys live comedy, live music and the occasional glass of whiskey.
Hamburg, Deutschland / Germany, Europa / Europe
Sprachen / Languages: Deutsch & Englisch
Deutsch/German (english below):
Matthias ist LifeCoach, Gruppen Leiter, Vater, Gründer und Geschäftsführer mehrerer Firmen und ein Ex-Nice-Guy. Seit 2014 arbeitet er stetig an sich und bringt all sein Wissen aus dem Geschäfts-, Dating-, Ehe-, und des Vater-Lebens in die Arbeit mit Ex-Nice-Guys ein. Er ist seit 2017 zertifizierter NMMNG Coach und kombiniert dieses Wissen mit den Erkenntnissen aus NLP, Survivaltrainings, Feuerläufen (seit 2016 FireWalkInstructor) und Eiswanderungen. Als Herausforderung empfiehlt er Ex-Nice-Guys: KravMaga und Poker, weil bei diesen beiden Aktivitäten alle Nice Guy Probleme angegangen werden. In seiner monatlichen Männergruppe hilft er Männern ihre Ziele und Wünsche zu erreichen und mit sich und Frauen im Alltag besser klar zu kommen. Matthias bietet sowohl Einzel- und Gruppen-Coachings an, als auch Fern-Coachings via Skype oder Google Hangouts in Deutsch und Englisch.
Matthias is a life coach, group facilitator, father, founder and active CEO of several companies and a recovering Nice Guy. Since 2014 he works on his self and helps recovering nice guys with the knowledge out of being in business, dating, marriage and a father. 2017 he was certified as NMMNG Coach and combines these framework with the experiences out of NLP, Survival trainings, Fire Walks (Instructor since 2016) and ice hikes. As a challenge for recovering nice guys he recommends: KravMaga and Poker, because you have to deal with almost all nice guy trades in these activities. He founded the first NMMNG Support group in Germany and helps since 2015 monthly men to get their goals and needs met with women and in life. Matthias offers One On One- and Group-Coaching as well as Long Distance-consultations via Skype or Google Hangouts in German and English.
San Francisco, CA, USA
Greg comes to us from the Martha Beck Institute for life coaching. A former social worker turned IT pro, Greg started his Nice Guy recovery during his divorce in 2012. Along this path he found Martha Beck and rekindled his passion for service and personal development.
In addition to what he has learned as a certified NMMNG life coach, Greg utilizes tools from Martha Beck which includes The Work of Byron Katie. He also pulls from the Contextual Behavioral disciplines, most notably Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion Focused Therapy.
Greg works with all sorts of clients but technology workers in particular find that he speaks their language.
Fabio Lisca is a Life, Executive and Team Coach, Certified at the International Coach Federation. His experience as a coach started in 2004 where he followed newly promoted managers to enhance the skills required by higher positions of responsibility. He held managerial positions in several companies and worked as a consultant for medium-sized and multinational companies, providing human asset management services in three main areas: organizational development, organizational design and change management. Fabio dedicated his life to self-improvement and self-discovery through group psychotherapy, Center for Creative Leadership Program, Hofmann Process and now he is committed to supporting other in the process of discovering an authentic self. In 2016 he became a Certified “No More Mr. Nice Guy” coach and offer group and individual coaching focusing on recovery from the Nice Guy Syndrome based on Dr. Robert Glover’s work and teachings.
San Diego / Southern California, CA, USA / Virtual
Jason helps men master their emotions so they can take total responsibility for their lives and achieve profound success. Jason coaches groups as well as one on one. He specializes in helping men develop their own charisma in the areas of dating, sales, and public speaking. Jason is also a certified body language trainer with Science of People.
Jason’s entire life has been dedicated to self-improvement and self-discovery. Frustrated in his relationships with women, he spent years working with coaches and therapists in order to gain satisfaction in his life. Ultimately, Jason became certified to train and coach men using the methods that had served him so well. Using these skills and techniques, Jason has helped many men increase their confidence around women and become empowered in their careers.
Even as a successful coach, Jason always knew he was a "nice guy." But it wasn't until he discovered Dr. Glover's book that he fully understood the reasons why he'd been struggling all his life. Because of his desire to help other nice guys recover and succeed, Jason became a No More Mr. Nice Guy Certified Coach.
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Phoenix, AZ, USA / Virtual
Email Roger Nix
Roger Nix is a group facilitator, author, life coach, and teacher. He brings overs 20 years of experience in working with addiction and anxiety issues. In 2011 he became a Certified “No More Mr. Nice Guy” coach. Roger has worked directly with Dr. Robert Glover in co-leading men´s groups.
Roger has personal experience in dealing with his own anxiety, addiction and co-dependency. He has successfully integrated healthy ways of living life and dealing with the problems we all have. Roger is committed to supporting men in the process of discovering an authentic self.
Roger currently lives in the Phoenix, Arizona. He conducts workshops, teaches on-line classes and leads men´s groups. Currently he is starting a group to meet on Tuesday night, Phoenix time, at 6:30 to 8.
For more information: Email Roger Nix
Austin, TX, USA
Jim Parker is a group facilitator, Master Certified Coach and author. He brings 18 years of coaching experience in supporting people in transformation, career change, and business success. He is a member of International Coach Federation and the Austin ICF chapter.
Jim has been on a journey of transformation since 1988. His journey included a 5 year spiritual sabbatical, 12 step programs, individual and group therapy and trips to Oneness University in India in 2012 and 2013. Offering NMMNG groups allows Jim to be a support for other men as they continue their journey to transformation.
San Francisco Bay, CA, USA
Ted's motto as a coach is: “I get you...and, I've got you.”
With 20 years of experience as a rabbi, Ted has had intimate access to people’s lives as they achieved their highest purposes and plummeted to their lowest depths. He has a deeply sourced ability to meet and embrace people where they are in life and to accept them in all of their humanness.
In addition to his undergraduate degree in political economy and his rabbinical ordination, Ted has extensive formal training and experience in organizational design, mediation, leadership development, human dynamics, and men’s work. His greatest learning, though, comes from accompanying others on their journeys and creating the highs and lows of his own life. And yes, Ted is a recovering “Mr. Nice Guy.”
Ted works with clients around the world via web-based video conferencing and leads in-person men's groups.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Paul is a life coach, group facilitator, teacher, father and businessman. He brings his own personal experience of addiction recovery, self-help, growth and development from varied sources into his commitment to helping men truly become the integrated man that we all have deep inside of us. He was certified as a NMMNG Coach in 2013, and completed his personal & life Coaching certification in 2015. Paul is proud to be offering the first NMMNG Support group in Canada, supporting Men reach their personal goals in their lives.
For group information: Email Paul Taillefer
Southern California, CA, USA
Email Bear Weil
Bear Weil is a life coach, certified in 2017 by Dr. Robert Glover and in 2014 by the University of Santa Monica where, in 2007, he graduated from a 2 year program in Spiritual Psychology. He has personally experienced long term major depression, and addictions of his own as well as family members. He has been engaged in Nice Guy recovery since 2010 and he has over 35 years of 12 Step recovery.
Bear lives in Southern California and is divorced with two adult children. He retired from California State Parks after a 33 year career as a Lifeguard and Park Ranger. He enjoys being of service by volunteering in various organizations, and also spends time with travel, photography, swimming, hiking, laughing, and having meaningful conversations with people.
For group information: Email Bear Weil
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