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Come Home .... to the Gay Coaches Conference


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Remember ...

that feeling you got at the Gay Coaches Conference of belonging? 
that friendship you made, a new business partner who launched you on to a whole new marvelous trajectory, that new skill you learned or an old one that you discovered more about? the time hanging out in the hot tub with other like-minded men? letting your hair down with others who “got you”? Recall that deep and useful feeling of belonging that stuck with you long after the conference ended?


Over 20 interactive workshops led by powerful men with a wide variety of coaching practices and real world experiences. Gay men who are coaches now or who have a strong interest in becoming coaches should attend. Also invited are gay men who do similar heart-centered work – psychotherapists, counselors, social workers, educators, clergy, consultants, non-profit organization leaders, sacred intimates – who wish to bring stronger coaching skills into their practices. You need not be a GCA member to attend. Past attendees have reported finding this conference reenergizing on both practical and personal levels. It’s also a chance to build relationships, find support and bring sharper focus to your practice.

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 


Add an extra night on May 9th to attend the Pre-Conference Institute:

No Sex Please We’re Coaches - Sex and Sexuality in the World of Coaching
Illuminating the place of Eros in our own lives and in the lives of our clients.

facilitated by Dave Allen, Michael Cohen, Harry Faddis & Allen Siewert

This year we again offer an additional program event immediately prior to the start of the Gay Coaches Conference. Conference attendees have the option of arriving a little earlier and taking advantage of this special training.

Read more about the Pre-Conference Institute here.

If you would like to attend this pre-conference institute; please select this option when you register for the Conference.  The cost for housing, dinner on Wednesday, breakfast and lunch on Thursday is an additional $100 to Easton (payable with your Conference registration); the fee for the institute itself of $200 is payable directly to the facilitator upon arrival. This offer is available only to those who are attending the Conference.


Rates and Accommodations

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All rates included housing, food and programming unless otherwise noted. Bookings are per person per bed

  • Commuter: $375 
    Does not include Housing. Use this option if you want to attend the programming and have meals, but wish to stay off campus.
  • Garden Cabin: $495 
    Our beautiful Garden Cabin is a dormitory style accommodation with 5 bunk beds that can accommodate up to 10 people. Shared toilets.  Showers are located approximately 500 feet away.
  • Quad Room: $545 
    Each quad room has two sets of bunk beds. its own bathroom and a shower. You may be sharing with up to 3 other guests.
  • Semi-Private Room: $695 
    Each semi-private room has two beds. its own bathroom and a shower. You may be sharing with 1 other guest.

Easton Mountain is acting as registrar on behalf of the Gay Coaches Alliance.  For information on this conference, please visit their website.

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