John V. Davis
"I have been an ordained teacher in the Ridhwan School since 1983 and a student of the Diamond Approach since 1975. I lead Diamond Approach (c) groups in Colorado, Vancouver, Seattle, and Connecticut, I work with individuals, and I supervise teachers-in-training. I also teach an online course on Life Transitions through the Diamond Approach Online program.
"I am a staff member in the School of Lost Borders. My main activity the last few years has been guiding a wilderness retreat called "Diamond in the Rough," and I have also been involved in training vision fast and wilderness rites of passage guides.
"For 13 years, I was a professor at Naropa University, a contemplative-oriented private university in Boulder, CO, where I chaired the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Department and developed and directed the low-residency programs in Transpersonal Psychology and Ecopsychology. In addition, I taught in Naropa's Wilderness Therapy program. At Naropa, I received both the President's Award for outstanding faculty member (2007) and the university-wide Student's Choice Faculty of Excellence award (2011). I also taught for 21 years at Metropolitan State College of Denver."
- Elder, Wilderness Guides Council
Resources and articles
- John V. Davis About, organizational web page, accessed May 12, 2018.