Born in tropical north Qld, Australia, Shay has been on an intense journey of ups and downs, free extreme hollowness and desolation to deep connections of spirituality and wholeness. A dreamer with a real thirst and enthusiasm for life, Shays life has been shaped through first hand experiences from the world around him. Full of imagination, he has found his purpose in life through a beautiful but painful journey of self exploration. Now an advocate for change and personal transformation on every level, he envisions a world that is wildly passionate, connected and whole.
German Villegas is a Chilean immigrant who moved to Edmonton, Canada in 1988. He noticed a gap between the discussion about gender roles, and how men have been thinking and talking about it, so he set out to create Modern Manhood, a podcast about healthy masculinities and the roles they play in society through interviews, the podcast has been shortlisted for a Community Award in 2016 and has included guests from three different continents.
Nick Halmasy spent a decade in the Fire Service. He spent the majority of that time as a Fire Instructor and sat on various committees within the fire service. He has completed a Master's of Arts in Counselling and is a Registered Psychotherapist.
After the Call is the culmination of his passion for First Responders and Mental Health Awareness. Nick takes an holistic approach to First Responder Mental Wellness and pushes back against the idea that PTSD is the only disorder to wreak havoc among this population. Nick understands that the level of stress and pressure felt by those in this field will be experienced in a multitude of ways; not simply ending with a PTSD diagnosis. Nick often offers contrarian ideals to the current mental wellness atmosphere and works hard to correct and eliminate inaccurate information that is widely spread from media and other sources. Nick is open to starting conversations and offering input that is novel and strives to offer "not another boring mental wellness training".
Nick brings to the field not just experience as a First Responder, but also as a clinical practitioner with experience in a wide range of clinical settings including: crisis settings, hospital settings, and within the addiction sector. Nick currently works within the Mental Health specific health care. Nick also runs a private therapy practice for First Responders in Peterborough.
Nick has written a book to help First Responders and their families begin conversations about mental wellness. Nick has presented extensively on the topic of First Responder Mental Wellness. In addition, Nick offers personalized programming and workshops for First Responders to help them close the gaps within their departments, as well as consultation services.
Nick is a co-founder and Clinical Director of the After The Call's CISM team branch.
Ryan Billy Tate is a self confessed, retired, under acheiver. Having had no less than 30 jobs by his late thirties. Ryan has been a deckhand on crayfishing boats, packed brick packs-nightshift, white walled and rendered, propped, strapped, and plastered ceilings. He has crawled through roof spaces putting in installation batts and ducting air-con in Australia's hottest regions. Worked as a drillers offsider, real estate agent, used car salesman, cook and waiter, and the list goes on and on. Until he said enough is enough! Ryan turned his attention to a range of residual income streams, ranging from affiliate marketing to forex and cryptocurrencies. Now he works two days a week as a gym and fitness equipment salesman. Ryan spends the rest of his time either with family or producing content to inspire others to not just conform like society expects but follow their passion and purpose.
IF you want to connect with Ryan check out the following information.
- IG: ryan_billy_Tate
- Fb: @growithryan
- GroWithRyan.comfeeds into a chatbot where I give value 95% of the time 5% soft offers. Webinar, live call etc
Justin Andrews grew up in southwest Wisconsin and after graduating from college there he moved to Kansas City, Missouri. Custom woodworking and distance running have been both hobbies and jobs to varying degrees for him over the last 12 years. Justin has called Chengdu, China home since 2013 and currently teaches woodworking at a public university there as well as having turned his passion for running into a multi-faceted pursuit of international ultra-trail mountain races and coaching. He dreams of having men realize their God-given talents and live them out in a passionate, wise, and honorable way.
Justin Robert Andrews; on FB as ‘me’ and website (really, my FB and blog/IG accounts aren’t so specific to masculine/men’s topics as others you’ve had on, but I highlight some trail race stories, write about life in China, faith/God, and other things. FB and IG are largely life in China and running-related. And some woodworking stuff
Justin Bailey a husband, father, and soldier, in that order. He believes society will dramatically improve when we consistently raise boys to become men of character, of substance, and of honor. He founded Code of Character as a platform to encourage men to live out their values in pursuit of the vision they have set for themselves.
Join us at www.codeofcharacter.com
Join our FB group @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CodeOfCharacter
Patrick Kenger is the founder of PIVOT, a men's image consultancy. His services have helped best selling authors, entrepreneurs, and single men from around the country improve their appearance and connect better with their audiences. To learn more, visit pivotimage.com or follow him on Twitter.
Thomas Mark Zuniga is the cofounder and editor of yourotherbrothers.com, a community navigating faith, homosexuality, and masculinity. Together. He helped launch the site with a blog in 2015 and has since expanded to a bimonthly podcast and video channel on YouTube. He’s also written two books: Struggle Central: Quarter-Life Confessions of a Messed Up Christian (link: http://a.co/fehjZna) and Running To: In Search of Home on the Open Road (link: http://a.co/iKrV1s8). Before diving into YOB full-time, he worked as a tutor and mentor for teenage boys in drug and alcohol recovery. He is passionate about storytelling, traveling, and the crossroads where struggle meets redemption.
You can follow Your Other Brothers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @yourotherbros
You can follow Tom on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @thomasmarkz
Robert Schwenkler is a healer and change agent with a powerful no-BS meter, and is the founder of the Brotherhood Men’s Leadership Community, an organization dedicated to training male leaders who are fully alive, self-expressed, and embody the full dynamic range of power and sensitivity.
He also has a private practice where he blends coaching with deep somatic healing to help clients open up to their God-selves. Past private clients have tripled their revenue, re-kindled the passion in their relationships, and found deeper inner peace.
We hope you take the time to watch this episode as Robert gets raw and vulnerable!
Timothy Wenger interviews Shannon McGurk from Authentic Masculinity. The interview starts at min 5:45. The discussion ranges from traveling abroad as a military man, to how to navigate the expectations of a wife.
Shannons passion to help men move forward in life is infectious and his wisdom will for sure encourage you.
If you are watching let us know, comment, share, and ask questions! Thanks for watching!
Tune in to hear Mike Yarbrough and Timothy Wenger talk about masculinity. Mike is the founder of Wolf and Iron and has been working hard to help create a space for men to grow and mature in a community.
In this discussion, Timothy and Mike dive into what it means to be a man and openly discuss the realities of life.
We hope you take the time to hope on and watch, comment, and share your thoughts.
Also, Mike runs a Facebook group for men. If you want help finding that click the following link.
Timothy Wenger interviews David Mee about what it means to be a man. David is from the land of Australia and is working towards equipping and helping men overcome porn addiction and cheating in their relationships.
David get's vulnerable and exposes his own journey through struggle. I hope you take time to tune in, comment, and share your thoughts!
For more info on David Mee check out his website HERE.
In this live interview recording, Timothy Wenger hangs out with Jaye Thomas and discusses the topic of masculinity. What does it mean to be a man? What is healthy masculinity? How does masculinity influence us?
We hope you enjoy the interview and please share with us your thoughts.
For more information about Jaye go to his website by clicking HERE.