Spiritual Direction that Centers on Cultivating Spaciousness | Author & Speaker Wayne Muller
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"Often, the unexpected ability to give, when there seems nothing left to draw from, is the sacred thing that rescues us all."

Spiritual Direction that Centers on Cultivating Spaciousness | Author & Speaker Wayne Muller

 

 

OUR CLIENT LIST

(updated Oct 2012)


American Academy for Guided Imagery
American Association of Pain Medicine Physicians
American Association of Professional Chaplains
American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
Association for Transforming the Lives of Children
Association of Clinical Pastoral Educators
Association of Unity Churches
Body and Soul Conference
Body, Mind, Spirit Conference
California Pacific Medical Center
Catholic Healthcare Partners
Central Ohio Conference on Grief
Children, Youth and Family Department
City and County of Santa Fe College of Christian Life, Peoria, IL
Cleveland Clinic
Columbia University
Corporate Foundation for Children 
Deaconess Hospital, Evansville, IL
Defiance College, OH
Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department
Families for Conscious Living
Families for Natural Living
Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton, OH
Healing Journeys (Women with Cancer and their Caregivers)
Healthy Native Community Partners
Higher Education Department
Institute of Noetic Sciences
International Parish Nurse Resource Center
International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
Iowa Conference of United Methodist Churches
Kaiser Permanente
La Leche League
Loma Linda University, School of Public Health
Los Alamos National Lab
Mennonite Health Services
Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA
Mercy Healthcare Corporation
Mid-Peninsula Hospice
Mind/Supermind Lecture Series, Santa Barbara, CA
National Council of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine
National Organization of Continuing Education of Roman Catholic Clergy
National Wellness Institute
National Toxics Network, Australia
Native American Community Colleges
NM Association of Counties
NM Conference of Churches
NM Department of Human Services
NM Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission
NM Department of Transportation
NM Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care
Omega Institute
Pacific Pulmonary Services
Pecos Valley leaders from Fort Sumner, Roswell, Carlsbad, etc.
Phoebe Ministries, Allentown, PA
Princeton Theological Seminary
Providence Healthcare
Religious Science International
Sandoval County
Santa Fe Public Schools
Santa Fe Preparatory School
Senator Bingaman office for strategic planning workshop
Seton Cove Interfaith Spirituality Center, Austin, TX
Several NM State agencies
State Personnel Office
Texas Health Resources
The Australia Institute
The Fetzer Institute
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation
Touch the Future
Twin Willows Ranch
U. S. Federal Maximum Security Penitentiary, Terre Haute, IN
United Church of Christ, Council for Health & Human Services
United Churches of Religious Science
United Methodist Church
United Presbyterian Church
United World Colleges in NM Canada and Italy With faculty and students from all over the world
US Army Corps of Engineers
US Bureau of Land Management
US Bureau of Reclamation
US Department of Energy
US Department of Labor
US Department of Office of Personnel Management
US Fish and Wildlife Service
US Forest Service
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Washington State Hospice
Wellness House, Hinsdale, IL
World Bank
Workforce Training Agencies throughout the state

In addition to the above clients and collaborations, our combined experience includes work with many tribal leaders in New Mexico, various New Mexican non-profits and with many local, state and tribal leaders over cultural and natural resources issues and controversies. We have also worked on a worldwide level, with many organizations including seven Middle-Eastern countries on water dialogs, and work with Yugoslavian, Northern Irish, Bulgarian, Beirut leaders over many community and regional issues.