Waiting for me to own up… Towle is talking about his technique. Scrambling to retreat from “life…”

So you might bring a tape recorder.

He befriended the team’s publicist and general manager, and spent months visualizing himself on the 50-yard line. Soon, the band starts talking about firing him. By how successfully we inhabit our dreams, His wife, Gail, often participates, and as a couple they vacation and celebrate holidays with clients. There can never be ANY real, & most certainly, permanent loss! Proliferating troubled minds and hearts… View the profiles of people named Phil Towle. Planning to Blow the Whistle?

(His brother is a Unitarian minister.) Is excavating the “win” that exists inside of every “loss!”.

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Five things Joe Biden can do to fight climate change — without Congress’ help. May we soon join greater forces with one other!”) – Phil Towle, May 2011. For me, that’s the reason why I do what I do.”. But, what if what I pronounce as disappointing… Yet, employing a plethora of worthless excuses, Raising this important philosophical question: Has widespread rejection of moral principles, During the years Towle worked with Metallica, his life acquired some of the luster of a rock star’s. Is excavating the “win” that exists inside of every “loss!”. He admits he’s guilty of “over-coaching,” a remedy for his own sense of “isolation and alienation.”, With Metallica, “I wanted to be able to experience the kind of depth that a process like this could bring to everybody, including myself ... to be able to have the freedom to become closer and to feel that sense of getting connected in terms of ...”, “It’s like making love. May we soon join greater forces with one other!”) – Phil Towle, May 2011, “In tribute to those who sustain our truth under threat of losing their lives for our morality!”, Each of us carries our own “whistle…” Filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, best known for their critically lauded 1996 film “Brother’s Keeper,” documented much of the 2 1/2years the band spent with Towle, resulting in “Metallica: Some Kind of Monster,” which premieres in July. That’s why he’s on call 24/7, ready for your cataclysmic meltdown, your gut-wrenching sobs, your 3 a.m. epiphanies. There can never be ANY real, & most certainly, permanent loss! Its purpose: to regulate our own morality… The footage of their excruciatingly awkward therapy sessions would later be the most fascinating part of 2004’s Some Kind of Monster. When Vermeil arrived as the new coach, Towle cold-called him to offer some help. You might follow through with what the editor wants you to do. My predisposition to predetermined outcomes!

He wants the whole you, control issues and all. There’s a scene toward the end of the documentary in which Hetfield confronts Towle about his plans to sell his house in Kansas City and move to San Francisco. The Rams won the Super Bowl in 2000, and along with his Super Bowl ring, Towle got an introduction to Vermeil’s son-in-law, Steve Barnett, then a senior vice president at Epic Records. My predisposition to predetermined outcomes! That I begin to accept what is actually good about my bad…! Longtime bassist Jason Newsted had just quit, threatening to end the band’s 20-year run. On your epitaph? He’s in the recording studio, a bit out of place in his turtlenecks and pastel sweaters but still bonding over music, standing just behind Ulrich’s drum kit, suggesting a song lyric, nodding along to the churning guitars, even interviewing new bass players.

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Phil Towle, Self: Metallica: Some Kind of Monster. Still, the personal investment Towle makes in his clients’ lives inevitably triggers his own psychological issues, particularly when his clients decide they’ve outgrown him.

Start Here. Towle is 65, the oldest of two sons born to an insurance salesman and a social worker. Intimacy is like oxygen to him. Phil Towle Performance Coach to Difference Makers (Celebrated Entertainers, Elite Athletes, Visionary Business Leaders) San Francisco Bay Area 339 connections On another day, Towle posts motivational slogans all over the studio, annoying everyone. “Phil Towle is an internationally acknowledged ‘Performance Coach” who mentors excellence in sport, entertainment and business…” Find more of his creativity and guidance at philtowle.com…. Destination, denial…, Either escapist “strategy” triggers psychic pain…

Phil Towle is a psychotherapist turned performance enhancement coach who is paid handsomely to reinvigorate the high-stakes careers of rock stars, professional athletes and CEOs. When you’re at your worst, Towle’s at his best. If I am so upset with losing… “I don’t see how that’s relevant,” he says. Morality’s “revenge…” You might back it up with writing everything down. But after 32 years as a psychotherapist, Towle suddenly switched to coaching. There’s a lot of talk about sharing and intimacy when you’re with Towle, but he is guarded when you ask about his background. But he adds, “To me, the work isn’t over.” From there, the dialogue devolves into therapy jargon, with salvos of “trust issues” and “boundaries” lobbed from either side.

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How true we are to ourselves… Whether “threatening” or pleasant appearing, When I’ve extracted gratitude from my so called negative times… He’s articulate, but his language is so psycho-spiritual that you always feel just a few beats behind real comprehension. Running from fear… Without severe psycho-spiritual consequences! “Is our society’s increased mental stress and emotional suffering, a symptomatic response to our increased compromising of moral principles for selfish gain? Cross-posted with permission from the author. And, my adversity thus created by MY expectations unfulfilled? Legitimately suffering, Either way, why should I resist, retreat and even resent?

Towle limits his client list to about 15 and chooses professionals who want to further their already profound success.

Start Here. And not that remote, cordial version of yourself that you usually offer up to strangers. Unwittingly spawned… Numbing pain… But in reality, that didn’t mark the end of the relationship. He’s leading group therapy in his Four Seasons Hotel room, reading the band’s new “mission statement” (“We come now to create our album of life,” he intones). He and Gail met in the early 1960s while working in the settlement houses of Chicago. They moved to Topeka, Kan., for Towle’s fellowship in the psychiatric social work program of the Menninger Clinic, and had two children. Join Facebook to connect with Phil Towle and others you may know. Philip Sheridan Towle III & Dorothy Allison Walters.

A lifelong fan of the Los Angeles Rams, Towle decided to become the “performance coach” to the team, which had recently moved to St. Louis. Cross-posted with permission from the author. In direct violation of our human contract… For a society that measures its “well being,” “Suppose there’s a fear of making mistakes,” he says, his loafers propped up on a heavy coffee table, a postcard view of verdant hills over his shoulder. It was costly work -- Towle’s fee was a whopping $40,000 a month -- but it got results.

Managing stress… He was able to see through the defenses people had built up and the ongoing circular things that were making everybody unhappy, that were keeping everybody from success.”. Find Phillip Towle's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information. Phil Towle is a psychotherapist turned performance enhancement coach who is paid handsomely to reinvigorate the high-stakes careers of rock … Lie within the wreckage of my failing…It is later on, looking back, Phil Towle said this would happen.

Psychological ‘unwellness’ does not indiscriminately descend upon ‘innocent’ people. To love… Today, he declines to talk about the case but acknowledges he’s experiencing “an ongoing process of healing and growth.”, “It is still hard for me to let go of whatever’s unresolved, because when you see it and you know something can be done about it, it’s hard to look away.”, One of these people could be Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ successor and California’s next senator.

Each client takes something different from Towle. What do want to leave as your legacy? Flight to nowhere… If I am so upset with losing…

He says he helps people “unlock their self-imposed obstacles” by making contact during that critical “moment of potential insight,” an awareness inspired by “seeds from the unconscious.” That means he becomes so personally involved with his clients that he experiences every shade of their personalities, ultimately drawing a multidimensional picture of their problems. He’s on a Northern California hillside with Ulrich and his father, facilitating dialogue. In the film, Towle cracks open the metal band to reveal the sticky goo inside -- hidden resentments, unresolved grief, power struggles and, yes, love and commitment. HAMPTON FALLS – Philip A. Towle, 71, of Hampton Falls, formerly of the Towle Farm in Hampton, died on Wed., Feb. 10, 2016, at the Portsmouth Hospital. As Towle built his private practice, Gail operated bed-and-breakfasts. Ulrich credits him with saving his band and his marriage and considers their conversations a “think tank” on human interaction. Is there not a correlation between our epidemic of unhappiness, For most of the Metallica documentary, Towle is a quiet but ubiquitous presence. Phil Towle is an internationally acknowledged ‘Performance Coach” who mentors excellence in sport, entertainment and business…  Find more of his creativity and guidance at philtowle.com…, (“For my new and precious friends at Whistleblower Support Center… Those for whom cause is justification enough to act…And, the rest of us who “stand around” watching you exercise our morality… for us!! Each and every moment… Ultimately, she says, she got to know Gail, whose buoyancy acts as a life preserver amid Phil’s briny depths, and realized there was nothing untoward about his compassion. How often we achieve happiness… The Times asked political strategists for the most likely contenders from whom Newsom might choose to replace Harris for the rest of her Senate term. The documentary of the band’s near-implosion was better reviewed than the resulting album. Ten years ago, one of Towle’s psychotherapy clients filed a complaint with the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board, accusing him of urging her to continue therapy after she decided to end it. Are we not “wired” to engage what exists, Getting inside of them and they inside of you. A diseased culture… of mutating pain… A divided Congress could make climate action harder, but there’s a huge amount Joe Biden can do on his own. How will your loved ones remember you? Now fully accepted, thus treated as…, Originally Posted: June 24th, 2011 |  Reposted with permission of the author, Phil Towle. “I’m afraid he’s under the impression that he’s in the band,” Hetfield tells Ulrich. When there is a guaranteed “win” lurking in my next melodrama… Fighting off depression and anxiety, During lunch one day, Ulrich jokes, “So what part of our careers are you going to manage today?” Towle replies, “I’m managing the whole thing ... because you guys can’t seem to do it.”. On your epitaph? “Suppose, when you write, you live with a chronic unresolved issue about not wanting to make a mistake. Yes, we do know what is right, what is wrong… That led to his work with Morello, and then Metallica. Phil Towle wants to know you. Each, defile our purpose for living: As it presently “stands” in front of us! Anger,” Metallica’s first album in five years, went platinum and earned a Grammy, and the band received MTV’s highest honor, the Icon Award. Before you blow the whistle, be sure to read: Information on the book, including a free excerpt , is available at DonSoeken.com. He speaks deliberately, in the warm, deep tones of a radio announcer, until you feel yourself losing focus, losing time.