The following spiritual directors have completed a two-year certification program through CFDM Arizona.
Sandra Sutton Andrews, PhD, CSD: email@example.com
Labyrinth facilitator and founder of a gallery that focuses on those who are marginalized, Sandy welcomes those of any tradition/spiritual path, or just spiritual-but-not-religious.
Pamela Bell, CSD:Pamela.firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela is a skilled listener and is ready to help you to discern what your spiritual path can be.
Kim de Beus, MA, CSD:email@example.com
Kim offers spiritual direction, inner journey guidance and discernment assistance with listening, exploring and discovery.
Jean Hausmann, CSD:firstname.lastname@example.org
A retired teacher, Jean is a graduate of the Living School at the Center for Action and Contemplation and of CFDM. “As you awaken to a hearing for a different kind of presence, we work to develop the skills, knowledge, and actions for the unfolding of personal transformation, using your story and events of your life.” Jean’s training is in 12 Step spirituality, the Christian contemplative wisdom tradition, and the 4th way.
Ann Hott, CSD:Ann.email@example.com
Walking with others is a privilege, a faith practice and joy for Ann. Her journey includes centering prayer, scripture, Ignatian, Benedictine and 12-step spirituality.
Gene Meiergerd RN, MS, CSD:firstname.lastname@example.org
After a career as a registered nurse, massage therapist, and certified in Degriefing Modality, Gene now companions anyone on their spiritual journey with special interest in helping veterans.
Ruth Schmid, RN, CSD:email@example.com
Ruth welcomes you to a compassionate, transformational journey. Her nursing and Chaplain careers focus on people from all walks of life, especially when they are facing illness, death and grief.
Ria Tokkie, CSD:firstname.lastname@example.org
Ria focuses on inner healing and contemplative life. Ria is also a certified hospice volunteer who is very passionate about creating a sacred space for people with life limiting illness and their grieving families.
Joyce Vidal-Thornburg, MA, CT, CSD:email@example.com
Joyce is the Executive Director for CFDM Arizona and a professional grief counselor currently working with Hospice of the Valley. She has a private practice as a grief counselor, a spiritual director and supervisor.
Linda M. Williams, PhD, CSD:IMISpirituality@aol.com
Linda earned her PhD with a focus on ethics and social justice. Her specialties include life transitions, second half of life spirituality, contemplative living and presence./p>
Delpha Wright, MSW, CSD:firstname.lastname@example.org
Delpha’s lifelong spiritual search has included participation in both Sufi and Buddhist traditions, in addition to her worship in the Christian church. A former psychotherapist, she specialized in substance abuse and related issues.