I’m Guy, a counselor, spiritual director, meditation teacher, and mindfulness coach living in Austin, Texas.

My life’s work is to help you settle more fully into the core of who you truly are, who you came here to be, and who you might yet still become. We are all works in progress, and over the course of our lives, we move into different and deeper levels of knowing ourselves and embodying our higher potentials and expressions more fully.

My goal with every client is to assist you in identifying your life’s mission, integrating that mission into every day, and moving through each day with more intention, clarity, and peace of mind.

I have been to the mountaintop a time or two but have also been stuck in the valley — lost, hopeless, and afraid that I would never find my way out. Yet somehow made it out alive. I believe I survived my own hardships so that I can help others navigate that same journey themselves and discover new meaning and purpose in the aftermath of devastating loss.

In my life, I have gone through periods of plenty, and periods of loss, sometimes going without in the most fundamental ways. Over time I have seen how little we actually need in order to be happy and feel fulfilled. I want others to benefit from the awareness I developed in hardship and reach others who desire the same minimalistic simplicity.

My experience and clientele cut across a variety of sectors and demographics, working with corporate employees, drug addicts, and everyone in between. I come from a more traditional corporate background, having worked with numerous Fortune 500 investment companies as a marketing executive for 20 years before channeling my energies into helping others.

Executive coaching is a natural talent of mine since I personally lived and understand the extreme and devastating burnout, disconnection, and lack of meaning and balance that plagues our business culture.

I graduated from Clemson University with a business degree and was a member of their 1984 National Championship soccer team. I’ve also coached and counseled many individuals recovering from, and sometimes still in, the throes of addictions of all kinds. The Clemson thing has nothing to do with people recovering from addiction.

In addition to working with businesses, I have spent 15 years coaching and counseling many individuals recovering from, and sometimes still in, the throes of addictions of all kinds. This includes outreach in rehab facilities, sober living settings, and eating disorder treatment centers.

If you’re looking for an unblemished, squeaky-clean healer with no mistakes in the past, I am not your guy. However, if you feel you may benefit from the hard-won wisdom of a fellow broken human being who is willing to walk the path alongside you and traverse the healing journey WITH you, then I might be your man.