Mitch DeArmon


Mitch DeArmon’s unique perspective—earned helping thousands of men and boys and their families—puts him at the forefront of the society-wide discussion concerning our male youth. DeArmon developed and led Initiation Weekends for young men for more than 10 years through his organization LeadershipWorks as well as through the initial years of The Young Men’s Ultimate Weekend. He developed community and school-based Men of Honor mentoring programs and consulted with youth and their families, gave parenting workshops, and participated as a youth advocate in countless restorative justice conferences. His objective has always been to empower youth to take responsibility for their actions, community, and future. His work has received funding from private grants as well as from the Department of Education. DeArmon’s innovative approach to helping young men has made him a coveted trainer and speaker. He has trained hundreds of men to mentor using his philosophy. He lives with his family in Northern California.
In addition to Survival Tips for Parents of Teen Boys, Mitch DeArmon has also written: A New Model for Mentoring Young Men: The Manual, and Men of Honor Curriculum: A 12-Week Program for Adolescent Boys (both available as ebooks beginning February 2012).

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