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Todd L. Bauerle

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Work Success Coach

Local Address: Provo, Utah, United States
Department of Workforce Services
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • degree , Family & Human Development
    Arizona State University
  • Arizona State University
  • University of Phoenix
  • Masters of Science , Mental Health Counseling
  • Education
  • Masters of Mental Health Counseling
    University of Phoenix
  • Saguaro High School
  • Mesa Community College
  • Arizona State University
  • Mesa Community College
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Web References
About TODD at TODD L BAUERLE.com
www.toddlbauerle.com, 22 Oct 2006 [cached]
A simple narrative to help you get to know Todd.
Born August 25th, 1978, Todd LeRoy Bauerle was Norman and Linda's first child. His mother was a teacher and father owned a small local car dealership in Adrian , MI. In an effort to seek out better economic conditions and career opportunities, the Bauerle Family moved west in 1982, to Scottsdale , Arizona. In 1986, the family expanded with the arrival of Todd's younger brother, Evan.
During his schooling in Scottsdale, Todd showed great potential in creative and artistic expressions, often being found drawing in class instead of paying attention to lessons. Early on, Todd sought refuge in books and demonstrated an early fascination with Star Wars , constantly immersing himself in every facet of the films.
Todd developed an avid interest in science fiction and movies, which helped exercise his creative muscles. With a fascination in sci-fi and drawing, Todd had early ambitions of filmmaking and writing. With an interest in comics, he even had several of his teachers convinced he would one day become a comic book artist himself.
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While attending high school, Todd took his musical talents to the stage as lead guitarist and song writer for a local band.
Todd continued pursuing his interest in movies by taking a job at a local movie theater, where he took great care to see each and every movie released. With a great love of movies came a great devotion to his work, and he eventually moved into management the shortly after graduating from Saguaro High School.
When his parent's divorced, Todd made a promise to himself to make sure his future family would be built on a solid foundation. He found that foundation when close friends introduced him to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Todd immediately gained a testimony of the Church, knowing full well he would most certainly be baptized. However, knowing the commitments of the Church, Todd resisted baptism for a number of years.
Unable to find happiness on his own after high school, Todd was finally willing to learn more about the church. After taking careful consideration of the church and its doctrines, Todd made the commitment to become a member and was baptized in November 1999. Activity and involvement in the church brought many things into Todd's life, but most important was the focus on family and the happiness and blessings he felt in many areas of his life.
Faced with questions of a future career path, Todd began to exhaust his options rather quickly. He investigated his original dream of combining art and movies in computer animation and visual effects. Unable to afford the education and out of concern for having to rely upon artistic creativity as a continual source of income, he shifted his focus towards his music.
Shortly afterwards Todd met his future wife, Jenafer, who had just graduated from the Arizona School of Massage Therapy in Tempe. After establishing a friendship, followed by a short courtship, they married in November 2001. That following spring, Todd graduated from Mesa Community College , but was still unsure about the direction of his own career.
"It was only a short time before I was married that I wanted music to be my career. But my musical counterpart was my best friend Chris, and it seemed we were always in opposite places in our lives. Music never really happened for me after that. After experiencing general dissatisfaction with the stagnant nature of his music and songwriting, Todd put all energy in to a career in the movie theatre industry. After disappointing employment at a local independent theatre as General Manager, Todd decided to return to school fulltime at the end of 2002.
Todd began attending Arizona State University , his course of study: Psychology. Early in young adulthood, Todd took notice of how frequently people would come to him when they had relationship concerns or problems in general. By listening, analyzing, and intuition, Todd often was able to give helpful and meaningful advice to others. After developing that skill over a period of years, and careful deliberation, he determined a counseling profession would be ideal. Further basis for counseling aspirations came from the family focus of the LDS Church.
"I was immediately frustrated with the focus of the Psychology Department, namely that individuals are broken and often times unfixable due to biology or natural behaviors that cannot be retrained. People can change. They don't need to cope with their problems for life," Todd remembers.
He soon changed his major to Family Studies and Human Development . This department viewed and taught that families exist systemically, simply meaning the individual is not broken but instead exists in a complex and highly fluid influential environment. Through this lens, therapy is best if it focuses on the transactions between people within the environment, like communication patterns.
Todd applied himself vigorously to school, graduating Summa cum Laude in December 2004. After applying to Marriage and Family Therapy graduate programs throughout the country, Todd learned he had not been accepted for admission in 2005. "I had felt for a long time that Marriage and Family Therapy was where I was supposed to be. It came as a devastating blow when I was not accepted."
Nearly by accident, Todd found himself running the operations and promotions end of a small publishing company, Northern Spirit Creative Productions that summer. He began as a freelance web designer and graphic artist for the company and ended up as the VP and Publisher working to promote the company's first book, Aaron's Crossing: A True Ghost Story . When the company succeeded in its goals of having the book get picked up by a national publisher, Todd felt it was time to return to his career path.
In May 2006, Todd and Jenafer began to look for work outside of Arizona. Overnight, their lives were changed when they found an opportunity to work for Utah Youth Village as group home parents. Four weeks from applying for the position, Todd and Jenafer found themselves as Family Teachers working in a group home in the Salt Lake City area.
Using the Teaching Family Model , made famous by Boys Town, Todd and Jenafer teach social skills to the eight teenage foster boys in the group home. "Most youth are in the juvenile corrections system, and live in the home for anywhere between one and two years. Its a great opportunity to help a child in need, and it's exciting to see a youth make a positive change in their lives. Since their employment began, they have been certified in the Teaching Family Model and have worked with a total of sixteen different youth.
In 2008, Todd is heading back to school at the University of Phoenix in Salt Lake City and is seeking a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling. The program is set to conclude in 2011, at which time Todd will have graduated as a Certified Professional Counselor Intern (CPCI).
For Todd, future career aspirations include staying at the Village, and completing his schooling while continuing to work as a family teacher. Todd would then complete the necessary clinical hours to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Todd lives and works with his wife Jenafer in Kearns , Utah as family teachers with Utah Youth Village . While they look after eight teenage foster boys, they do not have any natural children yet. Their black dog, Indiana, a lab / beagle mix will have to do for now.
Todd maintains his interests in music, movies, and books. He has played in several bands, but has taken a leave from lead guitar and shifted to bass guitar, and is looking for musicians to work with. He is also intensely focused writing music on the piano, guitar, and producing electronic music.
Many of Todd's friends and family members have grown to love his appreciation and opinions on movies, continually asking for suggestions and recommendations. Todd is also currently developing several ideas for novels, screenplays, and other books as well.
Copyright © 2004-2008 Todd LeRoy Bauerle
But, unlike Pitney, many families are ...
www.charismamag.com, 12 Aug 2009 [cached]
But, unlike Pitney, many families are not planning early. “People are afraid to have somebody come in and look over their shoulder,†says Todd Bauerle, a DeLand, Florida, certified financial planner. “They’ve bought into Satan’s lie that if they can’t do it all, they shouldn’t do anything at all.â€
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Bauerle, whose daughter graduated from Nashville’s Belmont University debt-free in 2007 and whose son is a debt-free sophomore at Auburn University as a result of advanced planning, warns parents against “giving†their children an education.
“Who are you trying to help that child become?†he asks. “One child might appreciate it and be good with money and another think it’s an entitlement. It’s a stewardship issue from a financial aspect but also one that affects their spiritual growth and maturity.â€Â
Rhonda Sholar wishes she would have had this article on hand when her husband was pursuing his graduate degree. She is a freelance writer and editor for several national, Christian publications.
About TODD and FILM at TODD L BAUERLE.com
www.toddlbauerle.com, 22 Oct 2006 [cached]
exclaims Todd.
His avid interest in science fiction and movies helped exercise his creative muscles early in his youth. With a fascination in sci-fi and drawing, it was the only a small step away when he began collecting comic books and creating his own characters and storylines during middle school. Another creative expression, music became an integral part of life in middle school when he taught himself how to play the guitar and eventually piano. Since that time Todd has been a musician and songwriter in several bands. But movies always had a special place in his heart.
After taking a job at a local movie theater, enjoying movies became a passion. Todd took great care to see each and every movie released. Since he enjoyed the environment, he had the desire to work hard and put in a lot of effort and he quickly moved into management positions for United Artists Theatres in Scottsdale.
Working for UA was one of the best times in Todd's life, but it wasn't easy. Often he found himself the only manager on duty, and the little 10-plex tended to get busy, especially for the blockbusters. "The busiest night we had was the New Year's Eve after Titanic opened, and at night...it was just me, one box office cashier, one door person, two ushers, and two concession registers. That was the busiest night of the year, too…but it was ultimately a blast," recounts Todd.
For the majority of his management career, Todd worked as the booth manager maintaining the projector equipment and more importantly the films. Thursday night was the best time of the week; he came to work wearing street clothes, built up the new films, and tore down the old. But the experience spoiled Todd as he became used to dry running most of the prints at two in the morning, without anyone else in the theater!
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After UA , Todd worked for Harkins Theatres and Hollywood Video. At both places he went in seeking advancement, proved himself many times over, yet left each time in disappointment. Todd left the movie industry for several years trying his hand at other aspects of business, even working for the U.S. Census in 2000.
In 2002, Todd opened a six screen-art house for the now defunct Madstone Theaters, a New York based company, in Chandler , Arizona. The opportunity to be General Manager came as a great thrill, but was marked by struggle at every step. Unfortunately the company was brand new and was unable to effectively manage a theater chain, and seemed to know less about the local area and audience.
"In the time I was there, they played some of the worst movies I have ever seen because they didn't have the buying power to get the really good art films. My suggestions for films were ignored, even though I believe they would have been successful," recalls Todd.
Frustrated by struggles with corporate including a lack of support and completely ineffective communication, Todd started to realize the theatre was doomed. When the company failed to heed any suggestions he offered them, Todd became wholly unsatisfied and both he and the company decided parting ways was ultimately the best thing for both.
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Todd vigorously returned to school the following semester at Arizona State University, graduating Summa cum Laude in December 2004 with a degree in Family & Human Development. In 2005, Todd ran the operations and promotions of a small publishing company, Northern Spirit Creative Productions. In 2006, Todd and his wife, Jenafer, moved to Salt Lake City, Utah and became foster parents at a teenage boys group home.
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Currently, Todd takes great care to stay informed of upcoming films, seeing a wide variety of films each week and writes reviews when time allows. Todd is currently developing ideas for several screenplays. Details are yet to be announced.
Copyright © 2004-2006 Todd LeRoy Bauerle
Todd L Bauerle's Professional Bio at TODD L BAUERLE.com
www.toddlbauerle.com, 22 Oct 2006 [cached]
Since his parent's divorce when Todd was thirteen, family happiness was a high priority. It was the hope of building his future family on a solid foundation that led Todd down the path to becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a young adult. Todd met his current wife, Jenafer, through local church activities and they were married in late 2001.
Through years of helping friends and family with relationship concerns or other problems, Todd began to lay down a path that would eventually turn into a career as a therapist and counselor. In early 2003, Todd returned to school at Arizona State University, initially focusing on Psychology as a major.
"I was immediately frustrated with the focus of the Psychology Department, namely that individuals are broken and often times unfixable due to biology or natural behaviors that cannot be retrained. I disagree: people can change because I'm living proof. So I changed my major," Todd recalls.
Within the department of Family Studies and Human Development , Todd was taught how families exist as only a part of a greater system. Individuals and the family are subject to influence from work, school, and society at large.
"For me, this simply means the individual is not broken but instead exists in a complex and highly fluid environment. People can be strengthened by learning how to improve their interactions with one another and by giving them the tools to cope with turbulence in their lives," states Todd.
In 2004, Todd graduated Summa cum Laude from ASU. Without sufficient opportunity in Arizona for social work, Todd and Jenafer moved out of state to Utah. Todd and his wife found work as group home parents with Utah Youth Village. As Family Teachers , Todd and Jenafer are certified in the use of the Teaching Family Model , made famous by Boys Town, to teach their eight teenager foster boys social skills, effectively giving them the tools for life success.
"Most of the youth in our home are in the juvenile corrections system, and live in the home for anywhere between one and two years. Its a great opportunity to help a child in need, and it's exciting to see a youth make a positive change in their lives. I am currently living the dream I had in school, only I'm working with children and setting them up to succeed in their future."
Todd is finally heading back to school in 2008, attending the University of Phoenix in Salt Lake City and seeking a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling. The program is set to conclude in 2011, at which time Todd will have graduated as a Certified Professional Counselor Intern (CPCI).
For Todd, future career aspirations include staying at the Village, and completing his schooling while continuing to work as a family teacher. Todd would then complete the necessary clinical hours to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Todd lives and works with his wife Jenafer in Kearns , Utah as family teachers with Utah Youth Village . While they look after eight teenage foster boys, they do not have any natural children yet. Their black dog, Indiana, a lab / beagle mix will have to do for now.
Copyright © 2004-2008 Todd LeRoy Bauerle
Todd has enjoyed music ...
www.toddlbauerle.com, 22 Oct 2006 [cached]
Todd has enjoyed music his entire life.Since learning to play the guitar at an early age, he has been a member of several bands and written many songs.His first band was Next Best Thing in 1996.They performed several shows and recorded a demo before taking a hiatus.The band members reunited briefly under the name Mellow Star.
Plagued by constant changes in the band roster, Todd and the band's lead singer, Chris, performed a series of acoustic concert during the next several years before settling on the name Fighting Goliath.After numerous impediments with Fighting Goliath's success and his wedding, Todd took a break from music.He made an attempt to start another band a year later, but made the decision to focus all energy on education and career.
Since that time, Todd has once again become increasingly more involved with his music.He been intently focused on writing music and redefining his personal style.This includes writing new songs and reworking old ones.In addition, Todd has added the piano and bass guitar to his list of instruments.He has also written and produced some electronica music, with demos available for download here.
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Copyright © 2004 Todd LeRoy Bauerle
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