Saratoga/Capital District Integrative Practitioners Network

Complementary health and healing arts professionals in the Saratoga Springs, NY, area.

Ken Mossman, MFA, PCC, CPCC

Phone: 518.580.0550

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Ken Mossman

Ken Mossman, MFA, PCC, CPCC, specializes in coaching three distinct groups of clients:

  • Creative Fathers and Fathers in Business.
  • Entrepreneurial Fathers and Couples who want to build fulfilling, sustainable and successful businesses.
  • Men and Women seeking to reveal their creative essence.

Ken's coaching style is lively, intuitive, deeply connected, full of humor and shamelessly irreverent.

Ken holds certifications from the ICF and CTI, and is on the faculty of The Coaches Training Institute, one of the largest, most respected coach training organizations in the world.

The founder and president of Cirrus Leadership, Ken holds the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential through the International Coach Federation, the Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) designation from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI). A graduate of the Co-Active Space Leadership Program, Ken is also a founding partner of Soulutions Leadership and Coaching. As a member of CTI's faculty, Ken leads live coach training programs and is a Certification Program Leader, too. He is a certified coach for Entrevis' "A Better Way to Work!"(tm) program.

Previously, Ken was the owner and president of Fitness Futures, Inc., a company providing in-home personal fitness training services to private clients as well as continuing education programs to the fitness industry for over a dozen years. He was also a collegiate alpine ski team coach.

When not coaching or leading a training course, Ken's leisure hours are spent in his garden, on his skates or skis - depending on the season - or in the kitchen creating amazing meals for people he loves. He holds an MFA degree from Brooklyn College and a BS degree from Skidmore College. Ken lives in Wilton, NY with his wife Danielle and their fire-headed son, Cai.

"The great man is one who never loses his child's heart."