As a public speaker, I am available
for presentations to groups, workplace environments, and keynote
addresses. I have spoken to audiences of 100 to 10,000 persons.
Among them: The Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, the Annual
Conference of California Association of Marriage and Family
Therapists (CAMFT), and various Churches of many denominations throughout the
My speaking topics include:
The Day I Fell Out of the Sky.
In 1993 I broke my neck and paralyzed myself with spinal cord
injury from a paragliding accident. This accident taught me
how to deal with personal tragedy, and how to survive by turning
disaster into opportunity.
Making Marriage Work.
Seven key principles all effective marriages have that produce
Solving the Mid-Life Crisis.
Mid-life is a time to explore other rooms in the house. In
reality, the crisis is an opportunity to find new goals and
new direction for the next stage of your life.
Holding the Family Together
While You Let Go of Your Marriage.
Divorce ends a marriage; it does not end a family. Parents
must continue their role as co-parents while they let go of
the parts of their marriage that no longer work.
Picking your issues with your children when they turn into
teenagers is essential work for all parents.
ME if you wish to discuss
a presentation to your group.