Your End-of-Relationship Support Team
Assess. Get the tools. Rebuild.
BOB MANTHY, MA, LPCC
Bob leads Rebuilding with a passion to help others move forward and not repeat tired patterns, and to do so within a supportive community. Bob has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and has helped many hundreds climb together to freedom and confidence since 2009 and supports a longlasting community of Rebuilding graduates. Bob offers private coaching to help you through the Rebuilding process. He also leads a Rebuilding Men’s Group focused on relationships and positive masculinity.
SHEA KARAM, MA, LPC, LAC, LMFT
Shea took Rebuilding in 2014 and returned in 2019 as the co-creator and co-facilitator of the Rebuilding Dating Foundation Seminar graduate program. Shea also co-facilitates the Rebuilding Seminar and leads our volunteer team. Shea is a practicing individual and family therapist specializing in relationship distress, trauma resolution, anxiety, depression, and self-harming behaviors.
NORM GIBSON, LCSW
Norm Gibson is the founder of Rebuilding Seminars, facilitating the program in Boulder since 1995. Norm turned Rebuilding over to therapist Bob Manthy in 2017. Forever a Rebuilding advocate, today, Norm serves as a mentor to Bob as the Rebuilding program continues to grow.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of Rebuilding Seminars. They will support you in your small group work, at our social activities, and act as your advocates throughout the Rebuilding process. All of our volunteers are RB graduates who have experienced what you will encounter during our Seminars.
SPARROW GABRIEL, ADMINISTRATOR
Sparrow supports participants in making each seminar a positive experience from first joining our program to connecting with graduate activities. She is a graduate of the Rebuilding Seminar and is happy to share about the transformation she experienced for herself and the group as a whole.
The support and encouragement one receives from everyone involved…from the facilitator(s) to the volunteers to the fellow classmates…it is invaluable in moving on with your life, making wonderful new friends and connections and having hope for the future.