The Rev. Dr. Rob Voyle is the author of Restoring Hope and is a leader in the development and use of appreciative inquiry in church and coaching settings.
Rob's Approach to Writing and Training
- Helpful: Training must provide practical, sustainable solutions for today's challenges.
- Humorous: Creativity and humor go together as people enjoy new insights.
- Healing: I create opportunities for people to experience transformational insights that lead to new ways of living, working, and being in the world.
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Helpful, Humorous, Healing
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Restoring Hope Webinar:
Grow Your Skills to Help People Resolve Grief and Resentment
Tuesdays, Jan. 18 - Feb. 22, 2011, 11 am PST
- Jan. 18: Introduction to the Appreciative Strategies
- Jan. 25: Resolving Painful Memories
- Feb. 1: No Program scheduled, Participants may gather for self-study
- Feb. 8: Resolving Grief
- Feb. 15: Forgiving Others
- Feb. 22: Forgiving Self
Do you work with people who are:
- Weighed down by painful memories?
- Are stuck in grief and unable to move forward?
- Seem to forgive only to have the resentment return full force?
Then this webinar is designed for you!
This webinar will allow you to ask questions and receive just-in-time consultation as you develop your healing skills.
Restoring Hope provides essential tools for clergy, coaches, psychologists, spiritual directors, and counselors.
What Readers Say About Restoring Hope
This book is a gold mine of practical methods to make things better.
Ed Leidel, Episcopal Bishop and Congregational Coach serving North America.
Rob Voyle has produced the most comprehensive manual for dealing with the consequences of serious negative life events.
Andy Austin, author, The Rainbow machine: Tales from a Neurolinguist's Journal.
This book is filled with things you can actually do to heal from grief and resentment. Whether you use this book on your own, as a member of a group, or to help others, you will find here a resource rich with hands-on and effective strategies for healing. Jim Finley, author, Merton's Palace of Nowhere.