A Message from Harry Faddis

A Message from Harry Faddis

Dear GCA Members,
 We hope your New Year is off to a good start.  Behind the scenes we are hard at work planning our conference, April 30 to May 3, 2020.


We invite you to reach out to two of our members who have lost loved ones in the recent past.

Scott Graham’s husband has passed away, as well as a beloved niece of Patrick Boze. We send our thoughts and prayers to them and their families.

Our next zoom call is on Thursday, February 13th. Just in time for Valentine’s Day. Appropriately enough, the topic is INTIMACY in LGBTQ lives. Our presenter is Leonid Frolov and he will be following up on this topic which we originally discussed in October, 2018. That conversation is available in the recorded archive.

Have you registered for the conference yet? Our planning team has created a very successful campaign for early registration: The first 30 men to register get a discount. I’m happy to let you know that we are almost there, with 27 signed up.  So, be a member of the "last three club" and sign up today.

We are also having our Pre-Conference Institute.  Members have raved about the topic and presenters in previous years, and about how much they have learned.  Presenting this year are Brian Gorman and Jeff Nally, and the topic is "Inside the Magic of Coaching: The Neuroscience of Minds and Behaviors".  This event is a day-long institute, all day on Thursday, April 30. It requires that you arrive at Easton the evening before, on April 29th. Dinner is served at 7:00 o’clock. (Please note that the Pre-Conference Institute is a separate payment from the above mentioned discounted conference price.)

Please visit the website where you will find quite a few of the already scheduled workshops and presentations for the conference. 

On our calls in March and April, we will be featuring the content of both the Pre-Conference Institute and the Conference itself. Please join us.

We still have some snow on the ground here at Easton Mountain and by the time we gather, the daffodils will be blooming. All the best to you in your work and lives.


Harry Faddis
President, Board of Directors