My personal mission is to bring greater peace into this world. I believe each individual can be an advocate for peace. However, in order to be an advocate of peace, you must first be at peace with yourself. You must possess the necessary skills, both mentally and physically, to mitigate violence and aggression, again both internally toward oneself and externally regarding other individuals and groups. Hence, this program aims at mental and physical transformation, greater wisdom, humility, and confidence, in order to create individuals who are at greater peace within themselves and who can subsequently bring greater peace into our world. Inner Warriors are essentially peace warriors. I am training advocates for peace - both internal peace and external peace - who co-create a more peaceful reality in this world, for themselves and for others. Therefore, all of those I coach are not clients, they are not patients, they are not students. They are co-creators and advocates for peace.
Coach Jeremy Pollack
About Coach Jeremy
MindJeremy Pollack is an evolutionary anthropologist and a personal development coach. As an anthropologist, he studies human needs theory and concepts of the self, especially with regards to psychological well-being and human conflict. Jeremy has worked as part of a research team at the Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture in UCLA's Anthropology Department, and earned his Master's in Evolutionary Anthropology at California State University Fullerton. He is currently a Master's candidate at in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution & Peacebuilding Cal State University Dominguez Hills. He is the founder of Pollack Peacebuilding Systems, a conflict resolution firm. See his scientific research here: https://fullerton.academia.edu/JeremyPollack.
As a coach, Jeremy counsels both private clients and leads support groups in the areas of psychological, emotional, and spiritual development. Jeremy has been studying life coaching since 2006 under Master Coach Paul Velick, and has had his own private practice since 2009. Jeremy uses practical goal-setting techniques and interpersonal counseling, similar to cognitive behavioral therapy, to help clients achieve positive change.