With more than thirty years of professional experience, Albert Marrewa is unwaveringly dedicated to helping men, women, and children of all ages navigate the challenging terrain of everyday life with greater insight, wisdom, and self-mastery.
In addition to holding advanced degrees in both Counseling Psychology and Health Education, Albert is an experienced workshop facilitator, motivational speaker, martial arts instructor, and self-defense expert. Albert is also the author of several books, including: LEARNED WISDOM, THE BLISS of BEING, THE TAO of MASCULINITY book series, and THE FEMININE WARRIOR—all available at www.amazon.com. Albert’s forthcoming book, SPARTAN SELF-DEFENSE—A Manual For Men, will be published in the Spring of 2019. Albert is also credited with authoring, “On Location: Personal Safety Considerations and Suggestions” for THE COMPLETE FILM PRODUCTION HANDBOOK, Third Edition, by Eve Light Honthaner.
A former California State University instructor, Albert traveled extensively throughout the United States from 1987 through 2001 facilitating a variety of self-improvement workshops, seminars, and lectures for an array of organizations and businesses including numerous Fortune 500 companies. (Notable companies such as HBO, Sony Music, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney, E! Entertainment Television, Saatchi & Saatchi, and BBDO Advertising have all benefited from Albert’s services throughout the years.)
From 2000 through 2007, Albert provided employee assistance counseling for fashion giant GUESS, Inc. and created a company-wide employee meditation program at their corporate headquarters in Los Angeles, CA.
From 2007 through 2013, Albert served as a consultant for Moonview Sanctuary—an exclusive outpatient treatment center based in Santa Monica, California—where he specialized in body/mind integration, addiction recovery, stress management, men’s work, meditation instruction, family and relationship counseling, and spiritual self-inquiry.
With decades of study in a variety of Eastern and Western healing and self-actualizing modalities and practices, Albert’s diverse background also includes mentoring at-risk and special needs children, owning and operating a martial arts studio for several years, and facilitating a myriad of personal development workshops for The Men’s Center of Los Angeles’ semi-annual retreat in Malibu, California.
Over the years, Albert has appeared as an expert guest on national radio and television and in print media publications including: USA Today, Working Woman, Shape, and Glamour Magazine. Albert’s work has also been featured in the following: Publishers Weekly, The IFP/West Independent Filmmaker’s Manual, Vol. 1 by Nicole Shay LaLoggia and Eden H. Wurmfeld, How to Make the World a Better Place for Women in Five Minutes a Day by Donna Jackson, The 1995 Information Please Women’s Sourcebook by Lisa DiMona and Constance Herndon, Today’s Black Woman, Vol. 5, and The Danger from Strangers: Confronting the Threat of Assault by James D. Brewer.
“Albert Marrewa’s teachings about mature masculinity have helped me become a better man.”
— Richie Sambora —
world-renowned guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, solo artist, and founding member of the internationally acclaimed rock band, BON JOVI.
Albert currently renders unparalleled guidance and support to men and women of all ages and from all walks of life, and he often collaborates with healthcare providers, public relations representatives, legal counsel, management teams, and personal staff on his client’s behalf. Albert also offers a variety of unique self-improvement lectures, seminars, and workshops for groups and organizations of all types and sizes.
Albert’s remarkably wide-ranging expertise includes:
In addition to in-person consultations, Albert also provides his services via telephone and video communication worldwide, and welcomes prospective client inquiries at this time.