The Universal Education Foundation has been dedicated to providing an opportunity for children, adolescents, adults, and family units to explore non-traditional healing techniques and attend educational classes in a non-judgmental atmosphere since 1986.
Hossca Harrison, President and Co-founder
For the past 37 years Hossca has had the privilege of working with many troubled teens from every walk of life. One thing these teens all have in common is forgetting to love themselves. Many have developed low self-esteem that often leads to self-abuse. Hossca works with each teen individually assisting them to understand the cause of their patterns of self-abuse, and assisting them to remove blocks from their mind, body and spirit. His reward is seeing the teens he has worked with over the years--many now in their twenties and thirties return to share with Hossca their gratitude for the assistance he gave them.
Hossca is also the Founder of Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing. Hossca has been taught in excess of 4,000 exercises by a Chinese Tai Yi Master This teaching has taught him to see through blocks and veils that people put up to hide their pain and suffering. Hossca brings a unique and dynamic healing experience to his students. Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing is the only school on earth teaching and certifying Tai Yi Practitioners. Hossca has been married for 43 years, has two children, five grandchildren, and one great grandson.
Rebecca Harrison, Treasurer and Co-founder
Rebecca Harrison has assisted teens through the Universal Education Foundation Rebecca and Hossca founded in 1986.
Rebecca has volunteered her time working with teens and maintaining the administration of the Foundation for the last 37 years. She would be called as the backbone of the foundation.
Tami Urbanek, Vice President and Workshop Facilitator
Tami has over 12 years experience in education, with over seven of those years as a certified teacher in the public school and private school system in Colorado. Tami has earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Special Education, and a Master's Degree in Public Administration-all completed at The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Her teaching certificates include Special Education, K-12, and regular education Secondary Language Arts.
Her certified teaching experience began for Pikes Peak Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), running a self-contained, center-based program for high school students who were identified with emotional disabilities in the Eastern El Paso County. Tami's experience expanded to middle school students at Fountain Fort Carson-District 8, Carson Middle School, as a teacher for students with learning disabilities, emotional disabilities, and students without identified disabilities. Eagle's Nest School employed Tami as the Academic Director as well. Her time at Eagle's Nest was centered on assisting adolescent boys in working through their academic difficulties and creating an academic plan that fit their needs.
While working at Carson Middle School, she earned two awards: Certified Employee of the Year 2005 and Distinguished Teacher Award 2006.
Tami now works with individuals and couples as a spiritual counselor and Life Energy Flow Tai Yi Practitioner and is creating new workshops for the UEF.
You can reach Tami email@example.com or 719-641-2017 for more information.
Tina Herring, Ph.D. Secretary and Workshop Facilitator
Tina has over 20 years of experience in Education and working with individuals with disabilities at the K-12 and post-secondary level. Tina has her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Washington, a Masters in Deaf Education from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and her doctorate in Special Education from The Ohio State University and is currently a student at Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing.
Tina was a teacher for the Deaf, a professor of Deaf Education and is currently professor of Special Education at a university in Denver, Colorado. Tina is one of the co-facilitators of the Bullying Recovery Project.