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Hershe Group Chooses Relationship Coach Ryeal Simms As Its Resident Relationship Expert
Coach Ryeal will provide relationship expertise for the girls, adult female volunteers and Hershe projects/events, 9/24/2012 - Relationship Coach Ryeal Simms – the official relationship coach for the Tavis Smiley Foundation’s Leadership Institute – has signed on as the resident relationship expert for the Hershe Group Foundation, an acclaimed nonprofit which helps girls in foster care.

Based in Los Angeles, the foundation’s mission is to prepare girls in foster care to successfully transition into adulthood through the performing arts, mentoring, college and career readiness, leadership training and exposure to extraordinary experiences.

Chosen to provide relationship expertise for girls, adult female volunteers and Hershe projects/events, Coach Ryeal is the leading authority on the neuroscience of relationships and speaker for seminars, workshops and conferences worldwide. he is also a licensed and certified singles/couples relationship coach and marriage educator with the Relationship Coaching Institute and the Prepare/Enrich Program.

“My passion is analyzing the science of relationships by dissecting why we do what we do from a biological, psychological and spiritual viewpoint and I am honored that Hershe has chosen me to prepare these phenomenal young ladies with the relationship tools they need to be healthy within themselves, in love and in life,” said Simms, who is the co-host of London’s "Love Talks" and has been featured in numerous publications and media programs, including "Essence Magazine" and on "National Public Radio."

Hershe’s founder, Kenadie Cobbin Richardson, said entrusting Coach Ryeal to prepare her girls was an easy decision.

“I like the fact that Ryeal teaches the science of love and I chose him as Hershe’s official relationship coach for his uncanning ability to reach teens and adults in a way that empowers them instead of giving them a bunch of do’s and shoulds,” said Cobbin Richardson.“His message is universal and teaches our Hershe girls in a way that honors them.”

Currently penning his "Prepare for Love" book series on the science of relationships, Coach Ryeal – who also works as an advisor/producer for the entertainment industry – is happily married and lives in Los Angeles.

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