Care Circle Volunteers
Our amazing Volunteers facilitate our online Care Circles, using their expertise to support our entire caregiving community.
Christine Young is principal of CCY Consulting, specializing in professional development, career coaching, interpersonal communications, and human resources management. A compassionate, empathetic, and objective listener, Christine is a highly experienced facilitator, having conducted hundreds of workshops that deftly encourage participant engagement and sharing.
Christine is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and has been actively involved in multiple HR organizations in leadership positions. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University and a B.A. in Sociology from Rutgers University.
Initially trained as a Marriage Family Therapist Intern, Anthony became an International TEDx and Keynote speaker, corporate trainer, and International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach. He brings audiences, participants, and clients his vast knowledge born from rigorous introspection, bold vulnerability, and the experience of having helped thousands further enrich their lives. He believes that self-awareness is the gatekeeper of all things great in life. His methodology blends the tenets of psychology, career counseling, and real-world experience.
Anthony engages individuals and audiences personally, connecting in a way that cultivates trust and safety. “Becoming who you truly are is the foundation of personal and professional success.”
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Gail L. Braverman is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with over 30 years of experience. She is an accomplished group facilitator and is certified as a facilitator in Art Therapy and SoulCollage. She is a certified facilitator for Sage-ing International and The Heart of Aging With Wisdom and Vitality programs. Gail also has certifications in the Amherst Writers & Artists Method and Writing Through Transitions program and facilitates writing groups. She has presented for the International Association of Journal Writers. She is a Yoga instructor and has taught meditation.
Gail has facilitated groups for over 35 years and has a passion for creating communities of engagement that support, and a nurture a sense of belonging. Her volunteer work includes doing groups for senior centers, cancer centers, synagogues, and drug rehabilitation programs.