Stanley Dumornay Deux-Montagnes, Quebec
Christian Coach, Relationship Coach, Business Coach
MBA, Certified conflict resolution coach
Hi, my name is Stanley and I live in Montreal with my wife Dominique, my two grown children, and my dog, Biscotte. I lost my dad when I was 7 and my mom when I was 16. Those events made me realize, early on, that life is at times challenging and unpredictable. Nonetheless, through the loving care of my grandparents, I also learned that there is always a way to overcome the challenges we face and emerge stronger on the other side. I believe everyone is unique. Understanding and appreciating that truth is fundamental to living a healthy, meaningful life and having successful relationships. Sometimes, we feel stuck. It happens to everyone. We just need a little help, in the form of empathetic listening and wise guidance. This is what I do. I help successful professionals improve the quality of their relationships. My clients often feel distant from their partners or children. They feel they have lost balance between work and family. At times, they feel as if they are walking on eggshells. I help them identify the barriers in their important relationships, and work with them to rebuild trust, closeness, and intimacy with their partner and children.
I graduated as a mechanical engineer from the NYU-Tandon School of Engineering and hold an MBA from HEC-Montreal. However, my passion is people. I have worked for over 20 years, as a minister, coaching individuals and couples through the many challenges of life. I have worked in the developing world, the New York/ New Jersey area, and in Montreal (Canada) for many years, and I have learned that what people everywhere most importantly need is love (acceptance & care) and respect (validation).
5 reviews (1 verified) (5.0)
Since participating in the Nonflict Workshop I’ve learned how to really listen to my husband and children and to change my perspective in how I approach a conflict. I’ve also been able to share these tools with my family and we are learning how to put what we have learned into practice.Georgia, Quebec
The Nonflict way of conflict resolution provided me with easy to remember tools and 3 easy steps to work through communication issues, on all levels. Throughout the workshop I became more aware of my individual communication style and why it might or might not work with others. Stanley Dumornay is an approachable, knowledgeable and effective trainer and coach. He is open-minded and easily able to work with a variety of personalities and creates a safe environment for participants to share and open up about issues that they might be facing with regard to conflict at work or at home.Andrea, New York
The past three weeks have ushered in a new normal in our family dynamics that is exactly what we have always hoped for. We are very grateful to see how our son is growing in his self-control, patience, flexibility and just general awareness of others. I know that once you encouraged him to volunteer to help around the house. Well since then, he has volunteered every single Saturday. At some point during this week, he and I were having a casual conversation in which he said: “ Mama, for the past 3 years I’ve been so selfish.” I asked for clarification, and he explained that in his opinion it was partly due to parenting and partly due to his own attitude. He considers that in the past 2 months he has changed for the best. I tried not to show it, but my jaw dropped. This level of insightfulness and self-awareness gives me hope that these changes can be long-lasting. Then this week his teacher sent a message, letting parents known that she wouldn’t be meeting all parents but only those whose kids have concerns that need addressing. I must admit, when I recalled the two painful meetings I had with his teacher and Principal in his first month at school, I had a small amount of trepidation. I am happy to say that he didn’t make the list. Things are not entirely perfect, we do have occasional setbacks but the changes we’ve seen in the past weeks are teaching me to look forward to our family relationship being tight-knit, peaceful and fun. Thanks for helping.FJ, Tokyo, Japan
Best $100 I ever spent. The course gave me easy to remember steps and skills to deal with difficult interpersonal situations. I wish I’d learned this technique decades ago as I would have made a huge difference in a few of my more challenging relationshipsPage, New Jersey