Brian Braganza is a Courage & Renewal Facilitator and experiential educator specializing in vocational counselling, masculinity, leadership and youth engagement. Brian delivers experiential programs for men and boys, which builds their abilities to connect authentically and live into their wholeness. He co-designed the T.O.N.E. Project, Therapy Outside Normal Environments, with Counselling Therapist Nick Cardone. T.O.N.E. is a unique men’s therapeutic project that takes me out of the office and uses time on the land, creativity and soulful connections for healing and growth.
Brian has a long history with the HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development and supports a wide diversity of youth and young adults to live into their vocational call and have meaningful roles and voices in their communities. From 2012-2015 he co-designed and delivered Dalhousie University’s Sustainability Leadership Certificate Program, increasing student’s capacity to take effective social and environmental action. Brian’s own personal transformations and continual desire to uncover his best self, led him to the work of Parker J. Palmer and the Center for Courage & Renewal.
Brian lives and works on Mi’kmaqi, the stolen lands of the Mi’kmaw people. He and his wife Tara Reynolds work in partnership with Tandem Truths Consulting. They live with their daughter in a straw-bale home. Brian is also a wilderness traveler, writer, musician, grows organic garlic and is restory-ing a 150 year old barn.
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
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