Howard Floss is a public speaker who turned years of animosity against drug dealers and addicts into a genuine love, compassion and empathy for these people with the help of the Celebrate Recovery Program at Eagle Heights Church in Somerset, Kentucky. He is a retired educator, farmer, rancher and was the managing partner in a five hundred acre cow/calf operation where he earned numerous awards for his efforts in wildlife preservation, forage management and conservation. Howard authored many articles for the Horsemen Magazine of Performance Horses of Houston, Texas. His articles covered such topics as training, safety, equine care and selecting and buying the right horse. He also authored advice on the horse theft protection for the Real Country News of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Certified to teach psychology, he serves on the board of directors for the Oasis Care Center, a residential treatment facility for the recovering addicts where he teaches Anger Management and Life’s Healing Choices. He is a staff member for the Celebrate Recovery Program where he facilities the family group of people with addictions.
He is a former member of the steering committee for the Kentucky Council for the Social Studies, as well as past treasurer. He wrote several book reviews for the Southern Social Studies Journal as well as authoring a controversial teaching strategy utilizing a Scope and Sequence with a Chaining Model.
Public Speaker specializing in Anger Management with Humor
B.S. & M.A., Certified to Teach Psychology
Bringing Anger Management Solutions to Companies & Organizations