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Directory of Facilitators & Trainers

This directory lists available practitioners. It does not imply any particular recommendations. To be listed in this directory please contact the curator.

Craig Freshley
New England

Craig Freshley
founded Good Group Decisions in 2003 and has professionally facilitated hundreds of meetings for nonprofits, corporations, and governments. He gives talks and trainings on facilitation, conflict management, and participatory decision making. He recently published his second book called The Wisdom of Group Decisions. To learn more, visit www.goodgroupdecisions.com

Rick Lent
New England

Rick Lent, PhD
Rick helps organizations and communities make better use of the capabilities of members and leaders in defining and implementing new goals and strategies. He specializes in large group methods for engaging the whole system in talking and acting together. Rick lives/works in New England. http://www.brownfieldandlent.com

Meeting Facilitator Tim Hartnett
Northern California

Tim Hartnett, PhD
I offer professional facilitation and training in consensus decision-making to non-profit groups, schools, small businesses, intentional communities and government agencies. My book, Consensus-Oriented Decision-Making (2011, New Society Publishers) will be available this spring. For more information on my services please visit my website: www.GroupFacilitation.net

Tree Bressen
Northwest

Tree Bressen
designs process to bring group ideals to life, working on a gift economy basis.  Facilitation is her calling, where her passion meets the world's hunger and need.  She is an eclectic practitioner, using good process to achieve effective product.  Her workshops are engaging, practical, informative and energizing. http://treegroup.info

Ron Milam
Southern California

Ron Milam
is a skilled and experienced facilitator, having worked with many groups using a consensus decision-making process, including the Los Angeles Eco-Village where he lived for eight years. Ron’s listening skills, his enthusiasm and his understanding of the group decision-making process have helped over numerous groups make important decisions that have enabled them to grow as communities. http://www.ronmilam.com/services