Rev. Don Chatfield
About The Teacher
Rev. Don, an ordained interfaith minister, has many years of experience as a counselor, speaker, retreat facilitator, and spiritual director. Before coming to the Forest of Peace he was the co-founder of the La Cholla Center for Integrative Spirituality and served as a therapist at Desert Star Addiction Recovery Center in Tucson, Arizona.
Rev. Don has served as chief operating officer and executive director of nonprofit organizations and presently serves on the board of directors of Sanctuary Cove, an interfaith retreat center in Tucson. With a Master of Divinity degree, a master’s degree in counseling, and a Ph.D. in human and organizational development, he is able to be of support and guidance to many on the spiritual journey.
Rev. Don finds great fulfillment in being a companion with others on the spiritual journey. His interests in the field of spirituality include the development of an interspiritual liturgy, eco-spirituality, spirituality and the creative arts, and developing interspiritual curriculum resources for training spiritual directors. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Rev. Don completed high school and college in Oklahoma before going on to live, study, and work in Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, California and Arizona.
“I am delighted to return to Oklahoma to become part of the amazing community at the Osage Forest of Peace. We first came here on a private retreat and immediately fell in love with the Forest, the people, and the traditions. It is now an honor to join with the community and our board of directors to play a role in advancing the interspiritual age, providing tangible examples of how people from different faiths can live in harmony and peace.”Source: forestofpeace.secure.retreat.guru