From 2013-2018 Paul created and facilitated The Croton Mystery School, intended to open the heart to deeper healing, to come to understand the mystery of union, to fiercely explore and speak truth, and to celebrate the beauty and challenge of participating in the human condition. Through Making Peace with Mystery, a central theme in Paul’s practice, hundreds of individuals have reclaimed their wholeness of self.
Paul offers trainings and speaks internationally for Mobius Executive Leadership as a Senior Expert. He participated in the 2019 Next Practice Institute’s Annual Gathering, leading a very special men-only immersive study track entitled Feeding the Hunger of the Masculine Soul.
The Gathering offers a rare setting in which to study the myriad arts needed to serve as a practitioner of adult development/coaching, team intervention, organizational development, large scale culture work and social entrepreneurship.
Paul also leads an ongoing Supervision Group for Psychotherapists, Social Workers, Trainers, Coaches and anyone facilitating Human Potential.
PAUL HITS THE AIRWAVES!
Aired on July 14, 2020, Paul joined Tony Rezac’s Basecamp For Men podcast as a special guest. Below is an excerpt of Tony’s thoughts about the episode, titled Wisdom for Uncertain Times:
I always enjoy talking with Paul. I come away feeling better, more connected to my truth and to what is REALLY happening, as opposed to what all the media noise is trying to convince me about what is happening.
I love what Paul said about when we are in a paradigm shift, as we so clearly are now, our willingness to get shamelessly lost is something that can serve us well. It’s an interesting notion and it runs completely counter to how we have been cultured as men.
And what he said about cultivating tenderness is so powerful. In mythic terms, this is activating and strengthening the archetypal Lover.
What if, as men, we take on being more tender and caring? Would this make us less manly? Would it make us less courageous? What if this was the direction that our collective courage was taking us right now?