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Nazim Rashid has held the titles of: - Counselor - Life Skills - Training Coordinator - Education Consultant - Character Education Developer - Personal Development Trainer - Drug and Mental Health Counselor - Workshop Facilitator - Youth Program Director - Author Nazim Rashid has been helping communities, organizations, and individual regain their sense of power, control and self-esteem since 1978. His particular interests have covered a wide array of fields. He has served the community as a Counselor in the fields of mental health, substance abuse and the previously incarcerated. He has served as a Trainer creating a Teen Educators= model, mentoring and training adolescents in the areas of Conflict Resolution, Listening and Communications Skills, Drug Recovery using the 12 Step approach, Peer Counseling techniques and establishing support groups. These trained youth received additional training to then train and teach other youth to become trainers themselves. Nazim has also served as a Teacher for the severely emotionally disturbed adolescents, autistic children and adults and private music students. He has additionally served as a Consultant working with organizations and schools, empowering staff, students and community members to realize their higher potential. He has been operating as the CEO of his consulting firm, ANazim Rashid Consulting,@ since 1993, certified by San Francisco=s Community Board for Conflict Resolution Training, recently recognized by the International Who=s Who of Professional Management for his work with the youth and is currently in their 2001 directory. He also has to his credit his first publication, curriculum and training manual entitled Young Fathers= Life Skills Curriculum and Facilitators= Guide. His second publication entitled, Reconnected – How To Be A Mentor To Your Child-Self, focuses on repairing emotional wounds experienced in childhood while learning valuable personal development skills.