FREDDY ZENTAL WEAVER co-lead creative self-discovery seminars at the Institute for Creative Living in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Hawaii. He employs the approach of “Creative Self-Discovery” as developed by psychiatrist and author, Fred Weaver, III, M.D. During his tenure in software sales with companies including Eality, Ceridian Employer Services, Paychex and WebPerfect Solutions, Inc. he consistently achieved outstanding sales and income objectives.
Freddy Zental’s career spans from serving as a teacher and district wide human relationship counselor in the Los Angeles Unified School District in his early career to being a performing artist with a one-man show called “Sexual Enlightenment” currently touring the United States. He is an accomplished performing artist, percussionist, stand-up comedian and story teller using humor, music and movement in his presentations and trainings. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in political science and is a certified Thai Body Worker.
FRED WEAVER III, M.D. earned his bachelors degree from North Carolina Central University, obtain his medical degree from Meharry medical college and completed a psychiatric residency at UCLA with a vast background of teaching consulting in private practice experience. His special interests include writing poetry, painting, creating multimedia collages, and writing about the creative process. Has been retired for the last 20 years. A native of Gainesville Florida Dr. Weaver currently lives in Marina Delray California. He is the father of four children Wanda, Freddy, Woody, and Milton. Dr. Weaver has published many poems and books.
In this episode we talk about:
- How to raise your child to grow into the genius that they truly are
- What it was like for Freddy Jr. to grow up immersed in his father’s phsychiatric work (including sitting in on 24 hour nude group therapy sessions!)
- The special connection between a father and son who have BOTH committed their lives to personal growth
Quotes from this episode:
“[My father] has always been committed to allowing me to be, uncover, and discover“
“I think there should be a program in school for children to learn how to consciously self love.”
“As your father I‘m going to attempt to be the best father I can be, make you the best person you can be, but a lot of times I’ll be wrong. A lot of times another person will be able to meet some of your needs that I can’t meet. And I hope that I can guide you in such a way that you can know who they are.”
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