Andrew Stone

Managing Personal And Professional Transitions

 

Photos

  1. 1.Rose Garden, London

  2. 2.Grand Canyon, Arizona

  3. 3.Squamish, B.C.

About

Owner / Founder

Andrew Stone

Facilitator, Program Designer

Personal And Group Development

A. Stone - Grand Canyon
A. Stone - Squamish, B.C.

Experiential Methods grows from 25 years of experiences in diverse disciplines and locations. Andrew has enjoyed 10 years of developing and delivering personal and group development programs with executives, government, teams, universities, chambers of commerce, teachers, non-profit staff, and youth and family programs.

Vision   Through diverse professional and personal experiences, engagement in community, and active curiosity Andrew has organized a network of specialists that compliments and informs his program design. He has a passion for education, sustainability in all things, and for helping people learn via experiences.

Education   Andrew has a degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation and a background in applied math and physics. He took a fifth year of university to study a third language, psychology, and creative writing.

Facilitation and Training

Elected three years co-chair of NCCN, a pacific northwest facilitators network

Certification Tester Trainer of challenge course facilitators - national certification

Presenter at international conferences - facilitation, design, therapeutic topics

The Association for Experiential Education - and Host Committee

The Association for Challenge Course Technology

Wilderness Therapy Symposium

Teaching

Teacher, licensed public school special education / behavior

Supervisor, residential environmental science education program

Clinical youth milieu therapy

Supervisor, at risk youth leadership program

English teacher – Mexico and Costa Rica

Field Work 

Endangered Species Researcher - Mexico

Site Scout and Indigenous Community Liaison - ecotourism, Costa Rica

Builder / Inspector of ropes courses, zip line tours and adventure parks nationally

Volunteer

Council for Responsible Sport - Education Coordinator, developing peer education

     and networking program for sustainable sporting event organizers nationally

Voice for Oregon Innovation and Sustainability business alliance charter member

Outdoor / Adventure  Guiding and teaching experience rock climbing, skiing and snowboarding. Skills cycling, backpacking, sea kayaking, whitewater, SCUBA, sailing and surfing.

Invaluable first time experiences include three days on a back country B.C. rock face, 23 days on the Grand Canyon, five days sea kayaking the west coast of Vancouver Island, and motorcycle tour of dirt roads on the Thai - Burmese border.

A. Stone - Zip Line Construction
  1. Pitch 4, Ao Nang Tower

  2. Tonsai, Thailand

  1. Float Plane Arrival

  2. San Juan Islands, WA

  1. Canopy Tour

  2. Construction

Orcas Island
Rock climbing, Tonsai, Thailand