Kenny loves to share his tools to enable people gracefully meet the heart of their issues, speak from their truth and come from love - rather than fear, fantasy or fixing. He helps people understand how they and those around them tick, how to get people to open up and talk and most importantly, how to listen and hold a safe, open space for personal transformation.
The goal of his work is to inspire people on their life-paths in alignment with their purpose, their passions and their authentic personal power, using awareness from the past as fuel in the present moment. He loves empowering people with the awareness and tools to consciously embody their potential and meet all of life's challenges by sharing his tools in groups, workshops and private session.
Kenny’s incredible life journey has taken him from refugee camps, through overcoming OCD, Tourettes and various PTSD mental health issues, to working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, sitting in ceremony with the elders in Fiji and emerging as one of the UK’s leading men’s personal development consultants with an Amazon No. 1 best-selling book (Men’s Spiritual Personal Growth section) ‘Online Men’s Group Success: A Step-by-step Guide On How To Facilitate Personal Development Groups For Men’.
Kenny is a regular commentator on mental, emotional, social and holistic health issues in the media. He holds regular trainings and workshops for practitioners and the public alike.
‘He’s a gentle voice in the ears of the many men who come to him for help with life – he’s the Man Whisperer’ said ‘Newsweek’ of Kenny’s work with men, spanning 20 years of holding men’s groups and 30 years of working with men, women, groups and organisations the world over.
“Coach, Consultant and Guru of all things men: Kenny is the man’s man who gets to the heart of a guy’s issues. He talks frankly and open-heartedly to rebuild broken spirits and to give men the space they need not to hide their fears with a smokescreen “Wallace-type smile in front of the rage” but to go through the darkness. His humorous, easy spirit provides an empathetic place for men of all ages to open up to this “shadow” self that (otherwise) leads to despair.” Said the ‘Daily Express’.