REBECOMING
REBECOMING

Rebecoming team

Oliver Williams, Director

Oliver Williams, B.A., graduated from The University of Sussex, England in 1967.  He has been involved with consciousness movement since 1972 and was certified as a Holotropic Breathwork facilitator by Grof Transpersonal Training in 1996.  He leads workshops and private sessions in New York and the Northeast.



Kathryn Villaverde, is currently pursuing a career in nursing after noticing a need for medical expertise in the alternative mental health fields for which she is interested in working in and contributing to.  Compelled by a passionate interest in each individuals unique story, she strives to participate and add to the dialogue regarding mental health, addiction, homelessness and drug-use in our society. 

Ruby Webber

Ruby Webber, M.C.S., certified as a facilitator of Holotropic Breathwork in 1996.  She is a herbalist and artist, with a particular interest in the spiritual aspects of trauma and addiction. Ruby maintains a private practice in Dillon, CO.



David Razmgar

David Razmgar, is currently a Research Administrator for The George Washington University and is involved in grants adminstration of many sponsored research projects.  David is interested in the spiritual and transformative potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness, and volunteers on behalf of Rebecoming.

Consultants

Karl Fossum, M.D., graduated from the State University of New York at Syracuse in June 1958. He completed his residency in psychiatry and child-psychiatry at New York Hospital and at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Fossum has since maintained a private practice of psychiatry in New York City. 

 

Joseph P. Rhinewine, Ph.D., graduated with an M.A. in clinical psychology from Kent State University. He has worked in psychological and psychiatric research since 1994, serving as consultant and assistant on a broad range of projects, and has authored several research papers concerning language, cognition and affect in severe mental disorders.  His dissertation research is on sense of self in schizophrenia.

 

Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist specializing in psychospiritual development as well as an applied research psychologist, working with companies such as AT&T, American Express and Gartner to study innovation and change. He holds an M.A. in counseling from New York University and conducted his dissertation research as a federally-funded research assistant at Princeton University. Author of dozens of popular and scholarly articles, Dr. Goldsmith is a frequent speaker on spiritual healing, resistance to change, emerging technology and the post-modern future of society.