Experienced * Easy-to-Talk-to * Intuitive * Empathic * Well-Grounded * Non-Judgemental * Confidential
Hello, my name is Arthur Brendze, and I enjoy mentoring people, especially young people, in their pursuit of healthy, happy, successful lives … as well as relationships of all types … while discovering a strong sense of what has heart and meaning for them in the adventure of life. I understand the extraordinary challenges and resulting stresses that we all face as we pursue the blessings and confront the challenges of our modern lives.
I am a native New Englander and have recently returned from California and more than two decades as a licensed psychotherapist*, relationship counselor, life-coach and consult for Organizational Development and Transformation in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am continuing to work virtually with my California clients via phone and Skype-like platforms, while mentoring nationally and internationally.
I want to take this opportunity to make it clear that mentoring is not psychotherapy or traditional counseling. Mentoring is about having a caring, older, experienced advisor-friend in your life, one to whom you can turn for experienced support and advice, whenever you want to. Should you want to find a good psychotherapist/counselor anytime in the future, I will be happy to help you make an appropriate choice.
Thanks, and I look forward to our time together!
* CA license LMFT 33759
- The California Institute of Integral Studies
- Stanford University
- University of Hamburg, Germany
- University of Strasbourg, France
- The American College of Switzerland
- Aish HaTorah, Jerusalem, Israel
- The Cambridge School of Weston
More than half-a-century of unusually rich, varied and multicultural life-experience.
Sailor, Wooden Boatbuilder, Sea Kayaker, Ecology Advocate, Politician, Historian, Student of World Cultures and Spiritual Traditions, Teacher, Community Builder and Businessman.
I offer a complimentary, 20-minute, introductory phone call at no further obligation to you at all.
Just schedule a call, say hello, and let’s see what happens.