The Re-Inventing Yourself Workshops
STRENGTHENING YOUR TOGETHER "WHY"
(HOW TO MOVE FROM "I' TO "WE)
THE 4 QUESTIONS OF FATHERHOOD
(NOT THE BABYSITTER)
Melissa: Mother, Activist, Wife
"Isaac truly listens, and he listens without judgment. He creates a safe space to open up and share with him.
He sees people for who they are inside, rather than putting them in a box and defining them based on superficial things that have more to do with their life circumstances. He provides insight that is more constructive and useful than people are used to receiving."
Catherene: Women's Empowerment Consultant, Mother, Wife,
"Isaac offers a unique balance of modalities and a deeply personal connection. I am often astonished by his approach to this dialogue as it honors the narrative of my life, history and struggles yet gives me a sanctuary where I can step back and reflect with a wise and loving teacher."
Hi, I'm Isaac K.
We've been taught that life is a straight line from birth to death, but we know from our own experience that life is full of unexpected twists and turns that can derail us.
It doesn't have to be that way.
In my life, I've been a teacher, a small business owner, a stay-at-home dad, a human resources director, and a marriage and family therapist.
And I've learned that happiness comes from being the driver of your own change and not just a passive recipient!
Love, Fear, and Chocolate grew our of my own struggles to step away from unrealistic expectations and "shoulds" and move toward defining my own meaning, finding a community of support for that new meaning.
The distance from feeling powerless to feeling empowered is not far at all, if you have the tools and knowledge to get there.
This is the place for you. Now is the time to start.
Kevin: President, Technology Specialist, Business Owner, Father, Husband
"Isaac has the gift of being able to see situations clearly and objectively. Combined with a strong and well-formed understanding of human nature, he is able to guide clients toward their goals.
I highly recommend working with him."
Karyn: Single Mother of 2, Life-Coach
"Because he does not hide his vulnerability Isaac is even more effective as a relationship architect.."