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Ron Villano

Ron Villano, M.S., LMHC, ASAC is the leading expert in working through change. As a father who lost his 17-year old son in an auto accident, he always speaks from the heart. As a licensed psychotherapist and life coach, he counsels others on how to work through difficult times. As a national speaker and author of The Zing, Ron has appeared before sold-out audiences across the country, hosts his own radio show, and is currently featured on the new Verizon FiOS1 network. His funny, captivating and approachable style creates the powerful, life-changing moments you have been looking for. Embrace the Power of Change in your personal and professional life today! To Listen to Ron's Radio show Click Here Visit www.RonVillano.com to listen to his featured interviews and for additional information.

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Ron Villano: Finding ‘Zing’ in Your Life After the Loss of a Child

Drs. Gloria and Heidi Horsley welcome Ron Villano to a webinar about finding your “zing” after you’ve lost a child. Villano is a licensed psychotherapist, bereavement coach, national speaker, and […]

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Seeing Signs of Deceased Son

As a public speaker and radio/TV show host, many people have asked me if I have ever “seen signs” of my son’s presence. It may seem like a simple question, […]

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Heavenly Peace: How One Man’s Grief Journey has Taught Him Well

My holiday season has begun with another lesson learned along my Grief Journey. It comes with the passing of one of my friends who has done the billing in my […]

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New Life Begins with ‘One Good Moment’

Had this happened a few years ago, it would have been a  devastating moment. I look back on the years since I lost my 17-year old son, Michael, and I […]

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How ‘Forced Change’ Healed My Life

Have you been forced out of a job?  Are you facing a health issue?  Are you a victim of a crime?  Have you lost a loved one unexpectedly? Then you […]

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For Men: Living a Regret-Free Life After Loss

Hands down, the strongest, most destructive part of grief is regret. That ever-present feeling that you could have done more. Regret can become so strong that everything else about life […]

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Father Pens 30th Birthday Message to Deceased Son

My son, Michael, was born 30 years ago today.  It would have been amazing to see what he would have looked like.   I often dream about what he would be […]

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Michael’s Gift to Me: Feeling the Zing

I purchased my third Christmas tree since I lost my son Michael in 1998.  I’ve got to admit, this year I felt a little blue and a bit uncaring about […]

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For Men: Letting Grief Out One Word at a Time

What do holidays and journal writing have in common?  They show how you feel.  And that is perhaps the toughest and roughest part of living life as a man — […]

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Men’s Grief: It’s Time to Get it Out

The emotions of grief are the same for men and women.  How and when these emotions surface is what defines each journey.  But what I am struck with the most […]

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