About Dr. John Fentress...
Dr. Fentress’ early research was in the field of “ethology”, a discipline that looks at the origins of behavior from their biological and social/cultural frameworks. His research and teaching covered a variety of species, ranging from small rodents to wolves to issues in child development. In his early career he also conversed with intellectual pioneers including the famous Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, and the revered American poet, Robert Frost. More recently he has explored spiritual issues related to total wellbeing with audiences and with individuals such as the Dalai Lama and Huston Smith, among many other spiritual leaders in all faiths. Dr. Fentress can count several Noble Lariats not only as close colleagues but as friends. Few if any health coaches today have such a broad range of experience.
His goal is to bring this rich range of experiences to you within a sharing framework.
Dr. Fentress is both a scientist and philosopher at heart. He gains his own strengths from nature, whether this is working with people or animals such as wolves. There are common threads in these endeavors. He also loves music and photography as pastimes. Do you see the common threads in our multi-faceted lives? Do you see how either ignoring these separate but also connected threads can be harmful to the potentials you as a special individual have? Do you understand that in some deep sense we have multiple lives that must also be joined together?
If so EthoLife Health Coaching may open doors that will lead you to the life you seek, and deserve. Please do not seek assistance from those who do not in themselves understand.
We understand together. That is the nature of human life.
There are many who claim to be health or life coaches who simply do not have the background to serve you in the way you deserve, and should demand to be served.
If this makes sense to you, then EthoLife Health Coaching can be exactly what you need to fulfill your potential as an important and unique human being.
Here is a key. We are products of our individual biological and developmental histories. This gives us uniqueness, strengths and weaknesses. That is the core of life.