About Bill Say:

In his training and facilitation work, Bill focuses on the intersection of diversity awareness, conflict resolution, and leadership, team and community development. He has offered training and facilitation to health, mental health, educational and business organizations in the US and abroad, including the Highlander Research and Education Center, BUILD, NAMI, East Bay AIDS Center, Taproot Foundation, UC Berkeley College of Engineering and Computer Science, Contra Costa Mental Health, Independent Thought and Social Action in India, New Energy in China and UN refugee health organizations in the Middle East (UNRWA). He has taught at UC Berkeley Extension, Esalen Institute, Naropa Institute, the Core Energetic Institute, SEEDS CRC, and the Process Work Institute. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at California Institute of Integral Studies where he teaches Multicultural Counseling and at UC Berkeley Extension School of Professional Communication where he teaches diversity awareness for leadership enhancement.

In his private coaching practice of over 25 years Bill works with individuals, couples and families. He addresses issues including: life direction and meaning, relationship issues and conflicts, diversity issues, communication problems, workplace conflicts, career paths, and leadership issues.

Bill facilitates coma and vegetative states work, enhancing connection and communication between family members, friends and their loved one in a minimally communicative state. He conducts trainings for family and medical staff in subtle communication and connection work including work for many years at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center and All Saints Sub Acute Hospital.

Bill holds a master's degree in psychology and is a former faculty member of JFK and Naropa Universities. He is a Process Work Diplomate and is a founding member of Process Work San Francisco.

He is currently writing a book on the Life Myth, our overarching "dream" of life. Here is Bill presenting on the Life Myth at JFK Counseling Center in Oakland:  


Bill lives in Berkeley, California. He is married to Linda and father to Gabe.