Arnie Katz

GCA Newsletter Editor

The GCA Executive Committee is pleased to announce that The Gay Coaches Alliance has received a $15,000 grant

We are gearing up our planning for the 8th annual International Gay Coaches Conference at Easton Mountain.

Making the most of our Visual communications.

Professional Coaching Competencies: The Complete Guide

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Greetings and welcome to the very last GCA newsletter of 2019!
As we look ahead to 2020, we have the GCA conference coming up this Spring, which is always a very exciting experience and a great way to connect and support each other profession...

Welcome to the end-of-year edition of the GCA Newsletter

We have much to celebrate and be thankful for this year--from the steady increase in members to the GCA book project to the successful Virtual conference to the election of a new boa...

Easton Mountain, which hosts our annual conference, needs our presence, our love and our support. Easton is offering a “Virtual Great Room” event each week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 8:00pm – 9:00pm EST. It is a great way to

An update on my coaching work.

This is our first newsletter of the Fall season...a time when there is less light, and we transition into cooler temperatures and usually more time indoors (unless of course you live in a different country or climate).
There is a unique beaut...

Good February, Everyone!

I have been informed that Punxsutawney Phil (who is gay by the way. I met his lover Harold the Hedgehog last year...) did not see his shadow, so we will have an early Spring!

This edition of the newsletter ...

We would like to thank the presenters for contributing their talent, time and energy to sharing their gifts with the men of the conference. The feedback from participants was wonderful, and participants often struggled with deciding which workshop...

Please join me in congratulating our very own GCA Members, Brian Gorman and Doug Moffat, for receiving their ACC credentialing!

The following folks were all attendees of this year's conference

The gay coaches training went well beyond my highest expectations

-- Volunteers Needed

Celebrate these amazing professionals, especailly our own Damian Goldvarg!

The International Gay Coaches Conference will have a fresh flavor in 2020 as three new men have been appointed to lead the organizing committee.

Happy New Year to all!

2020. Is there an echo in here?...

So, there is a lot percolating at the GCA as we head into 2020. The annual GCA conference is, of course, the big news. There are a couple of informational articles below, an...

Greetings and Happy New Year to all!

2021 is here and is bringing with it many new positive changes to our communities! Among these are the announcements of Dr. Rachel Levine as Biden's pick for assistant secretary at HHS (she would be the...

Hello and Welcome,

Sometimes, we take greeting people and the power of that for granted. I believe that "Welcome" is one of the nicest words in the English language. When you are welcome, you are acknowledged, being invited to make connect...

Hello and Happy Summer,

We made it!  And what a change from a year ago! Things seem to continue to open up around our country (and in different parts of the world.)  Many people are resuming outdoor activities.  We are ...

Happy Spring! Just like the season, GCA continues to grow and bloom. This newsletter reflects this--chock full of articles and information. Especially note the call for new board members, requests for submissions for the Thomas J. Leonard Humanita...

Dear Members,

It has been difficult to focus on getting a newsletter out with so much else going on in the unusual times we are living through, so my apologies for not getting out a proper newsletter in a while. I trust you all understand....

Welcome to our May edition of the GCA newsletter. With the success of the virtual conference, and the election of a new GCA board president and a few new officers, the GCA is poised to continue growing!

Please be sure to read the farewell ...

Terry H. Hildebrandt, PhD, MCC, MCEC takes part-time role as Director of Evidence Based Coaching at the Fielding Graduate University.

Hello and Welcome to our final edition of 2020, a year we will never forget for various reasons! (but maybe some of us want to?)  Anyway, the GCA continues to grow and thrive, and we are excited and grateful. With new membership comes new lif...

Well, it's November already! Thanksgiving month! It's that time of year where we spend quality time with either family, friends, or family of choice.

As coaches, we are almost always thinking about growth and moving forward...for ourselves...

Greetings in Nifty November! (not a word you hear very often anymore, so it's fun...and nifty of course!),

Thank you to those who answered the call. We are chock full of articles this month! We are excited to share some interesting news, i...

Hello to all GCA Members!  It is amazing how we are growing. It's like the GCA is a garden and we used some Miracle-Gro! Wow!

As we expand in our diversity and into new ideas from new members, this is an opportunity to grow stronge...

The GCA is hopeful to run the scholarship program for 2019.

The GCA Executive Board was thrilled to receive an anonymous grant for $10,000.

As some of you may already know, in addition to being a professional coach, I am also a massage therapist and workshop facilitator with over 30 years of experience.

In many ways, Easton feels like home to me re: coaching. I did the first ever LGBT coaching training there, as well as attending and assisting at GCA conferences there.

Hi folks! In the last newsletter, I mentioned that a new Soulful Touch workshop will be happening next Spring at Easton.

I had the great fortune to lead my 5th workshop at Easton Mountain a couple of weeks ago.

Summary of ICF conference from Terry Hildebrandt

Hello Everyone and Happy Summer!

A special and warm greeting to our new GCA members! What an exciting time of growth! We have attracted some wonderful new members from around the globe, sharing their expertise, skills, and perspective with...

Dr. Terry Hildebrandt and Jeff Nally have completed the Coaching Supervision Certification Program

touch immersion workshop

Participants opened up, let go of old stories and bravely explored new ways to ask for and receive touch