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Bryan E. Vignery, LCPC, LPC

Bryan has a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Kansas and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Missouri. He is also a Certified Life Coach and coaches dedicated men, women and teens to discover their significance and map direction to their life. Bryan has a passion for speaking professionally and does so with tremendous energy and passion. His vision is to help others connect spiritually through integrity and perseverance and his mission is to influence, inspire and promote God-like love and respect to himself and those around him. This has created a connection with many local churches in the area that support and promote Bryan’s direction as a man and a counselor.

With his ability to assist with compassion and warmth as a coach and a counselor, combined with a strong, diverse professional experience, Bryan is able to bring you an informative, insightful, and memorable experience. Individuals experiencing his philosophy say he demonstrates energy, passion and expertise. He is committed to seeing people reach a potential that takes them to the next level of performance whether it is in the personal or professional arena.

Leading a balanced, intentional life while living passionately are guiding principles for Bryan. Professionally, he has experienced a wide range of specialties from music, computers and technology, marketing and design, and psychology. He has been a lead trainer for Focus Seminar of Kansas City since 2000 and has personally witnessed many people reach levels of effectiveness that before were unattainable. Bryan spent seven years playing music professionally and has an excellent grasp on the music industry as a whole. He loves playing the drums, tennis, golf and also enjoys running. He participated in the Rock n Roll marathon in San Diego in June 2002.

In the early 2000’s, Bryan spent four years of his life in the non-profit setting, with a Foundation that he started from the ground up called the Build to Last Foundation. Through the process of starting a 501(c)(3), there was much learned about the ins and outs of the non-profit world. The Build to Last Foundation was a foundation committed to Building Lives and Building Communities through assisting individuals, families and teens to experience a higher level of leadership that would empower them to raise their level of empowerment in their everyday lives.

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