John D. 

Academic, Life & Parent Coach

My interest in exploring the human condition dates all the way back to my younger days, as I’ve always questioned why people do what they do. I’ve often wondered how they might do things differently to make positive changes and improve their quality of life. All of this would later naturally transcend into coaching, which I consider my personal calling rather than just a career.

Over the years, I’ve found that the main component in maintaining the well-being and balance of children, particularly young students, is bringing their parents into the picture and helping them process their own emotions to facilitate better communication, live more fulfilling lives, and realize their potential.


  • 5+ years

Interesting Facts

  • Loves nature, hiking, and rock climbing


  • Master’s Degree, Clinical Psychology