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Welcome to CFAL: Your Gateway to Creative Facilitation Mastery

🌟 Certified Facilitator of Adult Learning (CFAL) 🌟

Unlock the Art of Facilitation and Design Your Own Learning Journey!

Are you ready to step into the world of dynamic adult education, where creativity meets expertise? Welcome to CFAL, where you become the architect of your own course and master the craft of facilitation.

🚀 Why Choose CFAL?

Awaken Your Creativity: Design your own course and unleash your creative potential.

Integration Mastery: Merge Knowledge and Understanding with Attitudes and Feelings for a holistic learning experience.

Learning Styles Unveiled: Identify and utilize various learning styles to enhance your course design.

Build Confidence: Foster competence and confidence in your learners through strategic facilitation techniques.

🕒 Your Journey, Your Pace

CFAL is self-paced, allowing you to craft your course over weeks or dive in and conquer it in just a few days. With approximately 20 focused hours, you’ll transform your ideas into a comprehensive course design.

🌐 Facilitation at Every Step

Receive personalized coaching at 7 checkpoints from our expert Learning Coach. Submit your work on your CFAL-hosted Google Drive page and watch your course take shape with valuable feedback.

🌈 Ready to Begin?

Join CFAL and embark on a journey where education meets innovation. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or new to the world of facilitation, CFAL is your passport to a transformative learning experience.

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Jill Newman Henry, EdD

Transformative Educator, Author, and Consultant

About Jill Newman Henry, EdD

Welcome to the world of transformative education, guided by Jill Newman Henry, EdD. With an extensive background in adult education, Jill is a passionate educator, accomplished author, and a sought-after consultant. She’s dedicated to helping individuals unlock their potential through engaging and interactive learning experiences.

Jill believes in a teaching approach that fosters active learning, where participants immerse themselves in activities to internalize knowledge and develop essential skills. Her methodology focuses on teaching, not just telling, to ensure her clients truly understand and can apply what they learn.

Jill’s impressive achievements include being inducted into Chimes, the junior woman’s honorary at the Ohio State University, and her teaching contributions to various educational institutions and corporate training programs. She is also a published author of the insightful book, “Well-Being: Move into Energy Balance through Meditation, the Chakras, the Five Elements, and Feng Shui,” based on her extensive work in the field of personal energy.

With her friendly yet firm approach, Jill guides her clients toward achieving their goals and experiencing transformative growth.

Education and Professional Experience

  • Educational Director and Webmaster, Mountain Valley Center Adult Learning Center, Gift Shop, Website, Labyrinth Park, and Educational Consulting Service
  • Certified Associate Polarity Practitioner, Mountain Valley Center, Otto, NC
  • Author, Energy SourceBook: The Fundamentals of Personal Energy (Llewellyn Worldwide Publishers)
  • Evaluation Consultant: AGElink – Advancing Geriatric Education through Community Linkage Dept. of Health and Human Services 1-D37-HP-00782-10 administered through Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
  • Grant Consultant Administered through Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA This 3-year grant, Multidisciplinary Instructional Modules (MIMS). Bureau of Health Professions Grant #1D37 AH 00542 involves the creation of teaching modules for faculty in Allied Health in areas of ethics, home health and hospice, prevention, geriatrics, rural healthcare, cultural differences, and current issues.

Published Books

  • 2022 – “Well-Being: Move into Energy Balance through Meditation, the Chakras, the Five Elements, and Feng Shui”
  • 2004 – “Energy SourceBook – The Fundamentals of Personal Energy,” Llewellyn Worldwide, Minneapolis, MN
  • Henry, JN (Ed) (1992) – “Total Quality Management Process Action Manual,” Metro Augusta Quality Council, Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce
  • Henry JN (Ed) (1982) – “Readings in Clinical Education – A Resource Manual for Clinical Instructors,” Medical College of Georgia, Department of Physical Therapy, 1982


Henry, JN (1988) – “Development and Learning for Transformation: A Model Linking Lifelong Learning and Transpersonal Psychology.” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, GA


  • Henry, J.N (2004) – “Internal and External Feng Shui – The Energy of Wind and Water,” Llewellyn Journal
  • Henry, J.N. (1988) – “Identifying and Resolving Student Clinical Performance Problems.” Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 1 (1)
  • Grube KJ, Henry JN (1987) – “Recognition of Job Experience for Educational Credit in Physical Therapy – A Challenge Process: Suggestion from the Field.” Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, 67(1), January, 1987, pp. 58-59.
  • Henry JN (1985) – “Identifying Student Problems in Clinical and Problem Solving: Clinical Behaviors of the Non-problem Solving Student. Journal of American Physical Therapy Association 65(7), July, 1985
  • Palmer PB, Henry JN, Rohe DA (1985) – “Effect of Videotape Replay on the Quality and Accuracy of Student Self Evaluation. Journal of American Physical Therapy Association 65(4), April, 1985
  • Henry JN (1985) – “Using Feedback and Evaluation Effectively in Clinical Supervision: A Model for Supervisor Interactions, Characteristics, and Strategies. Journal of American Physical Therapy Association, 65(4), April, 1985

Workshops and Presentations

Jill has conducted various workshops and presentations, including:

  • Feel the Flow – Energy SourceBook Workshop
  • Faculty Development Seminar – Darton College, Albany, GA
  • Working Well, Sears Telemarketing Division, Sears Co. Augusta, GA

Community and Professional Activities

Throughout her career, Jill has actively contributed to her community and profession through various roles and activities, including:

  • Wellness Council of North Carolina (2005 – 2006)
  • Steering Committee, Metro Augusta Quality Council, Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce (1994)