Dig Down Deep™ is restructuring into a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a revamped mission.
Fist Pump Gallery
"A fist pump is a euphoric phenomenon after "X" tapped into C (coping skill), that helped "X" manage B (block), which allowed "X" to obtain A (accomplishment). A person must learn how to assertively adapt, improvise, and overcome episodes of adversity, conflict, and turmoil by mentally, emotionally, and physically enduring and persevering through inescapable resistance in order to thrive. Athletes must dig down deep in the heat of competition to win; People must dig down deep in the game of life to succeed. The deeper we dig, the higher we soar." © - Kirby Maus
The Wise and Foolish Builders
"As for everyone who comes to me and hears my words and puts them into practice, I will show you what they are like. They are like a man building a house, who dug down deep and laid the foundation on rock. When a flood came, the torrent struck that house but could not shake it, because it was well built. But the one who hears my words and does not put them into practice is like a man who built a house on the ground without a foundation. The moment the torrent struck that house, it collapsed and its destruction was complete." - Luke 6:47-49 (NIV)
Sport & Life in Psychotherapy
"We play by the rules. We show up. We are teachable. We are coachable. We warm up. We ask questions. We listen. We set a goal. We plan. We focus. We execute. We do our best. We crawl. We walk. We run. We have fun. We practice. We slip. We trip. We fall. We get dirty. We play hard. We attack. We defend. We get knocked down. We pick ourselves up. We keep score. We take timeouts. We receive feedback. We gain insight and awareness. We pivot. We take a risk. We get uncomfortable. We feel. We resist. We breathe. We sweat. We push on. We pull through. We do brave and courageous things. We finish. We win or lose. We laugh and cry. We shake hands and hug. We respect. We reflect. We are accountable. We grow. We are thankful for the opportunity. We are grateful for the experience. We accept the result. We move on. We don't have to be good to play. We just need to dig down deep." © - Kirby Maus
Kirby Maus, MC, LMFT, MBA
- Palm Springs, CA 92264
Must be Registered Associate Marriage Family Therapist with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and/or Certified Mental Performance Consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology - Must be motivated to grow, mature, and evolve as clinician and practitioner through deep think tank brainstorming sessions - Must be reflective listener and ask inquisitive questions that advance the conversation - Must be efficient notetaker by hand, keyboard, audio, and/or video - Must help process complete thoughts about a variety of subjects, topics, and issues related to family systems theory, trauma, addiction, recovery, mental health, and human performance - Also must help record complete thoughts about caregiving in the circle of life - Must be organized to record thoughts, knowledge, and wisdom used to create robust content for articles, blogs, books, curriculum, one sheets, power points, and quotes - Job equivalent of tuition-free advanced elective in masters-level program - Will learn helpful - even proprietary - information as well as useful techniques and skills - Unique opportunity is Mentor/Mentee agreement rather Supervisor/Supervisee contract - Position pays $780, or $60 per hour, 1-hour per week, for 13-weeks - Apprenticeship reopens every quarter.