Circle Work Coaching
The quality of our lives
comes from the quality of our relationships.
The quality of our relationships
comes from the quality of our communication.
Council is a simple but powerful tool that shifts communication to be more authentic, heartfelt and productive. It can be used to foster connection in any setting: schools, businesses, prisons, non-profits, and to enhance personal or professional relationships.
Foster authentic communication
Invite engagement and empathy
Increase cross-cultural awareness and inclusiveness
Deepen connections with students, staff, colleagues, or within your family
On-board new employees
Navigate changes and challenges
Mark significant transitions and milestones
Our trainers and facilitators have decades of experience with leading and teaching Council in a variety of settings, and will customize a training, seminar or ongoing program to meet the unique needs of your organization.
Virtual trainings and in-person events are available.
Natalie is a seasoned Council trainer, and has taught the practice in schools, prisons, and with the staff of non-profit organizations.
After many years teaching Language Arts, she is now a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Los Angeles.
A leader of numerous council training programs over the past two decades, Doug has facilitated circles in corporate, nonprofit, school, prison, and wilderness settings; has guided rites-of-passage programs for hundreds of teenagers and adults.
Irasha is a naturalist, social justice activist, mother, grandmother, lover of nature and children. A longtime Council trainer, she has brought the work to prisons, schools and at-risk youth.
Taylor is a writer and former radio personality who has used and taught Council in schools, prisons and for corporate team-building, as well as in ceremony for weddings, memorials and other events of significance.