About Wildcoaching


Wildcoaching is about communication. It encourages you go beyond what you already know and attain a deeper understanding of your life, relationships and professional aspirations.

Working with Ven is about challenging yourself to walk through change and bring balance and meaning into your life by making a promise to yourself. The outcome of your Quest for fulfillment relies on your commitment, previous experience and the basic skills – of stopping, sitting down and observing, or standing up and moving forward, closer to where you want to be.

It could happen in the safety of your place of choice – the office or outdoors, in the park, the mountain, the seaside – wherever you will feel the inner ease.

Wildcoaching is about re-connection, creativity and courage. It awakens the power to overcome isolation, rigidness and fear.


How it works

Wildcoaching with Ven Tomov will take you on an inner journey – one where you are the sole architect – deciding where to go, what to reach to, how high or low, for how long and for how far, and whom you want on your side.

This journey starts with a call to discuss where you come from, what your personal or professional goals are, and time available. From there we shall decide what will best suit your needs – online or telephone coaching, live indoor meetings, a hike, a trip, a retreat in the wild or a combination of all these.

The first set-up session is complimentary and it will take about 1 hour.


About me

Ven’s academic background is in Psychology. He is a certified Positive Psychotherapist by the World Association for Positive Psychotherapy, a member of the World Council for Psychotherapy and the European Association for Psychotherapy.

In Canada, Ven specialized in Addiction Treatment (Sherbrooke University) as well as in Couple and Family Therapy (McGill University). In addition, he is a certified expert in the use of the psychometric analysis system of Thomas International.
Ven’s consulting practice so far includes life and executive coaching for individuals and corporate clients as well as training programs and various leadership assessment projects /see Clients/.

He started his private practice in 2002 and since then he has accrued over 5000 hours of experience.
Apart from this, Ven is an ex-skydiver, a certified First Aider, a hiker and a father. His outdoor activities’ experience is based on his past experience as a mountain guide at the International Adventure School /Educo/ and a camp leader at the Bulgarian re-enactment Celtic Society /more than 8 years/.

Currenty, Ven is working part-time as a Couple and Family Therapy intern within the public health system (CIUSSS West-Central Montreal).