Mentorship

We have become a culture of  “self-help” books, smartphone apps and virtual relationships via the Internet and thus have almost forgotten the lineage of true Mentorship. Mentorship is about connection. It is about the transference of knowledge from one person to another on a deep and personal level. It is not merely about answering questions and giving advice but more about forming meaningful relationships in which growth and learning occur.

Besides a few commercially organized groups, most mentorship happens within the constructs of a family. While the mentorship that happens between children and parents or between siblings is very important, the guidance, support and growth that happens through mentorship outside of the family dynamics is a wonderful and essential addition to anyone’s life, regardless of age, experience or social status.

Dr. Hubbs enjoys holding space and mediating several ongoing mentorship programs such as an adult men’s group, a boys group (age 9-13) called Peace Warriors and a summer mentorship camp for young boys (age 4-8).  Please check back soon for all the upcoming events in 2014 and you may also contact Dr. Hubbs to inquire what mentorship programs are currently being scheduled.

Peace Warriors

Inspire Boys: Build a Better Future

Imagine if there was a place for your son to go and learn what it means to be a boy. I mean really learn what it means to a boy; through connecting to other boys, to nature, to a mentor and ultimately to himself,  Peace Warriors offers that place. Our mission is to contribute the restoration of balance in the soul of humanity. We do this by connecting to the hearts and minds of young boys and inspiring them to trust in themselves and let their own heart light shine to navigate them in this world.

“Whereas childhood is mostly about growth, youth is more about radical change. Before youth can become old enough to be responsible, they must become ancient enough to awaken to who they are at heart.”
Michael Meade

Please visit our website for more information: Peace-Warriors.com

Dr. Hubbs enjoys holding space and mediating several ongoing mentorship programs such as a boys group (age 9-13) called Peace Warriors, a men’s group called, Taming the Tiger and one-on-one direct mentorship for individuals of any age. Please check back soon for all the upcoming events in 2015 and you may also contact Dr. Hubbs to inquire what mentorship programs are currently being scheduled.

Taming the Tiger

Embracing the Sacred Masculine

There comes a time in every man’s life where he looks at himself in the proverbial mirror and realizes he needs to ask for directions. The kind of directions that not even the GPS on his fancy car can help him find. When we men were young boys it would have been nice to have an entire modern day tribe of men to guide and mentor us as we were growing up into men. Unfortunately, most of us never received that guidance and now we are all grown men and may be feeling lost.

Taming the Tiger is for men seeking to experience a visionary approach to reconnecting to the Sacred Masculine. This is especially for the men asking, “what is the Sacred Masculine”? In essence it is a man that is more loving, less angry, less frustrated, less stressed-out and ultimately more in control of all emotions. . It’s about being more content with what is and less critical of what isn’t. It’s about finding more compassion and gratitude in life and healing all the past hurt.

Topics to be covered include:
  • Relationships
  • Sex
  • Money
  • Health
  • Parenting
  • Addictions
  • Anger/Aggression
  • Failure
  • Thoughts vs Emotions
  • Imagination
  • etc.

Taming the Tiger is set up as an experiential and interactive group where 9-10 men come together once a week for 2 hours for 5 consecutive weeks. I will not be lecturing, but it rather will be set up as a collective experience that we all play a role in creating. Also, this isn’t a therapy session yet will indeed be very therapeutic in nature.

Please contact me for more details or if you are interested in signing up for the next Taming the Tiger Men’s Series which starts June 2015.