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Stories from the Field: Mental Health and the Outdoors

Jun 30, 2020

Bryce Bauer is a relationship coach in Utah. Bryce shares his story of mental health and substance abuse challenges as a teen and young adult which eventually led to a traumatic car accident. After a family intervention, he reluctantly enrolled in a wilderness therapy program. He shares how his journey into the field and the challenges of being a student that shifted the course of his life. Bryce would later work as a field guide in several wilderness programs. He is committed to service to others.

Bio from website: Bryce completed his first coach training in 2009 with The Coaches Training Institute in San Rafael, CA and went on to work for several drug treatment facilities in Utah, New Mexico, and Hawaii.  After receiving his PCC from the International Coaches Federation in 2016, he moved into private practice and found that relationship struggles were often the common denominator in many people's life problems.  He joined The Relationship School in 2018 and received his Relationship Coach Training Certification in 2019.  He is now an Assistant Course Leader for the Deep Psychology of Intimate Relationships course through The Relationship School.  When he isn't geeking out about relationships or coaching, he is traveling with his wife, playing basketball, hiking, mountain biking, meditating, playing volleyball, and connecting with friends.  He is deeply devoted to self-development and he seeks out the top experts in the areas of life where he wants to grow the most.  Some of his direct mentors include Jason Stein, Tej Steiner, and Jayson Gaddis.