Steve Chappell, M.S., E-RYT, is a former college athlete, Marine Corps officer, and professional artist. He has a Master of Science degree in mental health counseling with graduate work in clinical counseling and holistic health. Steve is also a graduate of the Coach Training Program of Coach University in Steamboat Springs, CO.
Steve has studied and practiced yoga and meditation with the Self Realization Fellowship, Ananda Marga Society, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Siddha Yoga Dham Association, Himalayan Institute of Yoga, B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Association, the Hard &the Soft Astanga Yoga Institute, Insight Meditation Society, Vipassana Meditation Center, Kwan Um Zen School, Gar Drolma Buddhist Center, and many individual teachers. Steve was formerly certified to teach Iyengar Yoga in 1988 and is presently authorized to teach Astanga (Power) Yoga by Beryl Bender Birch of The Hard & The Soft Astanga Yoga Institute. Steve also completed Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series Teacher Training with David Swenson and studied martial arts in the U.S. and Korea before becoming a yoga and meditation instructor.
Steve has over 45 years’ experience with yoga, meditation, holistic health, wellness, personal growth and development, stress-management, emotional intelligence and awareness, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, relationship education, individual and group psychotherapy, the Twelve Step Program, men’s work, shamanism, and spiritual development. He presently offers individual and group instruction, consultation, workplace development, lectures, seminars, and workshops privately, onsite, via the Internet or telephone in the above subjects.
Nancy Milam, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and has been working as a psychotherapist with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families since 1982. She completed her doctorate at Wright State University School of Professional Psychology and her predoctoral and post-doctoral internship at the Ohio State University. She has worked in a variety of settings including independent practice, substance abuse treatment, sexual abuse treatment, college counseling centers, and public and private schools. She is an adjunct faculty at Sinclair Community College and the McGregor School of Antioch University.
Nancy has over 40 years’ experience in individual, couples, and family psychotherapy, personal growth and development, stress management, and holistic health.
Nancy is a graduate of a four-year psychotherapy training program at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She also completed an intensive training program with Violet Oaklander in Gestalt Therapy approach with children and adolescents. Nancy’s therapy emphasizes emotional expression and in-depth growth over intellectual analysis. She sees each person as a unique individual to be heard, understood, and appreciated.