The retreat will be facilitated by Michael DeVoll, M.Ed., LPC-S, a professional counselor with over 18 years of experience working with young men in a variety of settings. In his therapy practice, DeVoll specializes in working with men in their mid-20s, many of whom feel disconnected and unmotivated in their post-college years. Let Michael DeVoll and the Pathfinders Retreat help you.
Michael DeVoll, M.Ed., LPC-S
I have been working as a Licensed Professional Counselor in a variety of settings for 18 years, but I most enjoy my work in private practice. It is in this context that I really get to know my clients more deeply and help them better understand themselves.
As a therapist, I feel there’s a dichotomy to the work I do. The first part is the psycho-educational component: teaching my clients to understand more about how their mind works, and the various facets of their lives that influence that process. Then there’s the therapeutic component: helping the client to make changes in how they think and behave to have better outcomes in their lives.
As a personal-development coach, I am an engaging encourager and an energetic storyteller. I see goodness and strength in everyone, and am dedicated to helping them find and use those strengths to reach their goals. I particularly appreciate the challenges of young men and feel I have honed my skills in helping them work through these particular challenges.
Next Retreat
March 19-21, 2021
This retreat will be a small-group (only 6 participants), socially-distanced weekend retreat for young men, ages 25-35 who are seeking to clarify their personal and professional goals.