Specializing in the design and delivery of transformative, experiential education.

Testimonials

Below you'll find feedback from various clients:

 

The most important thing I’ve learned from this session is how important it is for the genders to be separated in the rites process so that both can be recognized and honored. This training helped me to see how youth create their own rites of passage in the absence of structured/formal ones, and how dangerous that can be.

City of Eugene
Department of Recreation, and Oregon Youth Authority, Oregon, USA

David is extremely talented at what he does. The pervasive doubts I had about my musical ability were simply rendered irrelevant. I was too busy singing with others to worry about my voice. How'd he do that??? David created an atmosphere and experience which allowed me to simply LET GO of the OLD I can't sing voices, the I am too shy voices, the I can... read more

Corey Blades
Vancouver Island, BC

I have been a school principal for over 20 years and I can honestly say David is one of the best facilitators I have encountered in my career. His expertise at facilitating groups and individuals through difficult and meaningful issues is exceptional. He is an incredible man and a fantastic resource for schools, organizations, and communities. His work with us has... read more

Tom McEvay
Principal, School District 70, Port Alberni, BC

A MUST OF THINGS TO DO IN LIFE. This course gave direction and how to find it with the guidance from communal friends. I will define and live my own definition of manhood.

Christopher Bernard
Vancouver Island, BC

Since January 2013, David Hatfield has facilitated a series of trainings for a group of 7 male Windermere staff to prepare them in developing a “Young Men’s Group” there. The group diverse in role and age includes administrators and student support staff. In these training workshops, we explore our own perspectives and history on masculinity and have created a... read more

Gavin Clark
Community Schools Coordinator, Windermere Secondary, Vancouver.

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