John Yasenchak is currently a contributing faculty in the School of Counseling, Walden University. Previously, he served as Assistant Professor for Graduate Counseling, Husson University. Prior to that, he taught for many years in the Graduate Counselling program at the University of Maine, Orono. John has served as President of the Maine Counseling Association, Chair of the North Atlantic Region American Counseling Association, and as Board Member, Co-occurring Collaborative Serving Maine. He currently sits on the Maine State Substance Use Commission and is active on the editorial board of Counseling and Values. John began his teaching career as a philosophy instructor with a specialty in ethics. His has presented on digital ethics, post-humanism, spiritual/religious issues in the practice of counseling. John has been a student and teacher of yoga for over twenty five years.