Who Is It For?

At WPFC, we offer our learning, professional development, and educational opportunities to a broad range of individuals as well as to families, organizations, and communities:

  • For those interested in learning how to navigate relationships and life in a more personally fulfilling way.
  • For those who have a gut feeling that there is more to understanding relationships than ‘meets the eye.’
  • For those who are interested in how real, lasting change occurs.
  • For those who have a curiosity about the blind spots, gaps, and biases in their own thinking.
  • For those who see facts and science as an orienting ‘North Star.’
  • For those who dream of living a life that is more dynamic, resilient, and flexible.
  • For those who question their own role in the outcome of their lives within the context of the systems they must simultaneously live within and navigate.
  • For those who are exhausted by the impulsive nature of their feelings, which can continually end up provoking conflict or preventing connection.
  • For those interested in developing leadership qualities that do not exhaust or diminish the leader’s own well-being.
  • For those who recognize that connecting and communicating are an integral part of community development.


Over the years, the Western Pennsylvania Center has consulted with many organizations, designing programs to meet their specific goals and objectives.  Among them are:

A Second Chance, Inc.
Allegheny Children’s Initiative
Allegheny County Children, Youth and Families
The Bradley Center
Family Services of Western Pennsylvania
Head Start
Jewish Family and Children’s Service;
Pittsburgh Action Against Rape
Shady Lane School
United Cerebral Palsy
Wilkinsburg Ministerial Association

To learn more about our history as an organization, click here.