Kenneth T. Larsen, BS, DDS, CTRTC
When I ask myself, “Who am I?” This is one of the answers I get: I am a student of the human condition, concerned with understanding and overcoming obstacles to our developing potential as individuals, in relationships, and as a species. I have found Dr. Glasser’s contributions most helpful in this process.
Dr. Janet M. Fain Morgan, NCC, LPC, DCC, CT/RT, EMDR
For the past three years I have worked on the William Glasser International Board on many committees: Research, Faculty Training, Marketing, the Take Charge of your Life program and worked with the Board to develop policies. In addition, I attended monthly meetings, participated as a voting member of the board and participated in multiple avenues that promoted the ideas of William Glasser around the world.
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I was born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, where I was an Ontario Scholar and Provincial athlete. I completed my concurrent English and Psychology undergraduate degrees, as well as my B.Ed., and MA in English Literature at the University of Windsor. Upon completion of my degrees I moved to British Columbia where I spent the next 15 years living, teaching, and experiencing all of the incredible outdoor opportunities that the west coast has to offer.
Maureen Craig McIntosh, M.ED.CCC. CPC
Senior Faculty William Glasser International
I am genuinely interested in advancing and expanding on the ideas of Dr. William Glasser! His work inspired me right from the beginning. I did my first basic intensive in 1986 when I was searching for skills to use with the Teenagers I was working with at the time. Little did I know how much those skills would influence my own life and work. Next year will be 30 years since I did my first basic training.
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