Gregg is a recipient of the Career Development Award of Excellence, won for his “ongoing achievements in the advancement of innovative career development practices and programs, leadership and vision, and for representing the optimal model of a professional who is valued by clients and colleagues”. He has been described as “the kind of professional who truly cares about his clients, and contributes whole heartedly to his community.”
Gregg’s passion and purpose is to support people through the challenges of life transition and recovery from addiction. Having made his own journey to recovery, Gregg is passionate about creating resources and providing supports for others caught in confusion and despair. Known for providing a calming and centering “voice of reason” for others, Gregg is expanding his field of practice to fulfill his personal mission: “creating spaces of grace for people’s healing and growth”.
Gregg has been featured and quoted in local and national media, writes regular columns and articles on career, professional and personal development topics, and is excited to have been invited to be a contributor for The Thought Project.
CHAPTER 49: When I Am Weak, Then I Am Strong
This career coach and counselor bares it all to share his most powerful and personal life-lesson: being true to oneself means embracing not only our more admirable attributes, but also our vulnerabilities.