Gregory A. Stanton, MA, Owner and CEO of Catalyst Coaching and Counseling, Inc. I am skilled in empowering clients in creating their desired reality and living a more powerfully fulfilling lives. "Keeping It Real" or contininuing to rehearse your present situation attracts more of the same or worsens the situations. Through partnering with me in as little as 3-6 sessions you can begin to "Create" a new possibility! Contact me today!
In addition to 20 years as an Employee Assistance Professional, I am the Spiritual leader, of The Catalyst Center for Personal Transformtion. With over 30 years of ministry experience, I am currently expressing myself through serving as a Cognitive Life Transformation Coach working with a broad spectrum of individuals and concerns.
I facilitate national workshop/seminars on a variety of topics and issues pertinent to personal development. I can be engaged for on site coaching, training and workshop for corporations, small businesses, educational institutions, and faith-based organizations.
As an interactive, engaging, results oriented cogintive coach, I integrate the most updated mind science research and techniques to offer a more highly personalized approach tailored to meet your learning style and goals. I received additional training and certification beyond my Master’s in Counseling through Master Force Coaching Institute, Chicago Illinois.
It is with compassion and understanding, I will work with you to build on your strengths and attain the personal growth and development you’re committed to obtaining. Take action today, set a complimentary 30 minute appointment.
Professional Activities and Membership
- Professional Strategic Life Coach
- Certified Effective Black Parenting Workshop Facilitator
- Certified Employee Assistance Professional (Formerly)
- Certiified Addictions Counselor - Illinois (Formerly)
LandMark Forum graduate
Millionaire Mindset Intensive graduate
Master Force Coaching Institute graduate
- Guest Lecturer College of Dupage Addictions Program
- 2014 Guest Lecturer Clark Atlanta School of Social Work Doctoral Program