Joshua Laycock has been actively involved in men’s work for nearly a decade. He is a consultant to men’s groups and a recurring guest on a podcast dedicated to helping fathers. Joshua serves as a coach and a mentor to the rest of the UNcivilized Men’s Coaches.
His journey in men’s work started as it has for so many; needing to do the work for his own happiness and survival. It has since become an obsession and he has dedicated his life to the pursuit of helping other men thrive through challenging times.
Joshua lives in Odessa, a small town in Ontario, Canada with his wife, two kids, and his dog, Chuck.
Albar Chavana has spent half of his life honing his teaching, training, and leadership skills while serving as an analyst and trainer for the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Lab.
His focus for serving men is to build a safe place for men to break free of their beliefs, embrace their truth, and experience their desired growth. Albar aims to facilitate this by forging relationships built on trust and humility while setting challenges and holding accountability.
In his free time, you can find him on the water paddle-boarding, kayaking, or fishing in Southern Texas.
Kjell was born and raised in the mountains of central Idaho where he fostered his love and connection with nature. As an avid hunter and outdoorsman, Kjell spends most of his time outside.
As a coach, Kjell uses this as a foundation for reconnecting men to their body and soul to promote healing and growth. Kjell’s passion for men’s work and coaching is evident in how he shows up in the world, as a leader in the UNcivilized Nation, and for his clients.
Jordon has dedicated his life to the service of others through service in the Military and his work in mental health. He is a board-certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified hypnotherapist. Jordon currently serves as an Officer in the United States Army with two combat deployments in the Middle East, specializing in mental health.
He has unique experience as a leader, a mentor, and a teacher with expertise in crisis, trauma, grief, and loss.
Jordon spends his free time with his 4 kids, 2 dogs, and cat (who thinks he’s a dog), coaching wrestling, bowling, riding his Harley, and helping men find their Inner Wolf and strength.