Jim OsterhausSenior Partner
Jim’s professional journey has led from community work with teenagers, to professional counseling, first in a community mental health center, then in private practice. He has directed two church counseling centers and then co-founded TAG with several long-term friends. He has served at one time or another as counselor/coach, professor, author, and consultant to a wide variety of organizations.
- Workshop and Retreat Facilitation
- Leadership Development
- Historical Leadership Analysis
- Executive Coaching
- Works with TAG clients across public, private, and social, segments – including the FAA and Church Clients.
- Leads Executive Leadership retreats through historical battlefields.
- Authored or co-authored numerous books including:
- Antietam (Seattle: Amazon, 2012).
- The Mentoring Tree with Todd Hahn (Charlotte: LFM, 2007).
- Thriving Through Ministry Conflict with Joe Jurkowski and Todd Hahn (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2006).
- The Thing in the Bushes with Kevin Ford (Colorado Springs: Pinon, 2000).
- Family Tales (Downers Grove: Intervarsity, 1997).
- Questions Couples Ask Behind Closed Doors (Wheaton: Tyndale, 1996).
- Family Ties Don’t Have to Bind (Nashville: Nelson, 1994)
- Bonds of Iron (Chicago: Moody, 1994).
- Building Strong Male Relationships (Chicago: Moody, 1993)
- Counseling Families (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1989).
- American University, Washington, DC, 1979. PhD in Counseling Psychology
- VPI, Blacksburg, VA, 1974. MA Counseling
- Catholic University, Washington, DC, 1971. BA Psychology
MORE ABOUT JIM
- Jim is married with three children and lives in Northern Virginia.
- He enjoys gardening, reading and writing.