Posts Tagged ‘Clayton Lessor’
On behalf of The Quest Project® May the holiday season fill your home with joy, your heart with love, and your life with laughter. We wish you and your family peace throughout 2022 and beyond. Dr. ClayRead More
For me Thanksgiving represents a time to give thanks and reflect. Let me take you on my 2021 journey!Read More
At 18 years of age, just out of high school, me and my buddy Jay enlisted in the United States Air Force. It was an easy decision for me; I was lost with no direction in my life. Jay and I had a lot of adventures together, and this would prove to be the biggest and…Read More
Cleaning Up Unfinished Business!
Parents this one’s for you! This blog is dedicated to those of us who need to “clean up” that unfinished business that keeps us from being the best mother, father, husband, wife, friend, brother, or sister we can be!Read More
This past year has been a doozy! It has touched each one of us; some positive lessons learned and some, not so much. Adults had to completely upend their life and their family’s life. Some grew closer and some did not.Read More
Parenting Boys? This is Must Read!
This is an extremely crucial time for our adolescent boys. Let me repeat, “our boys are in trouble!” As parents, it’s time to be very careful and diligent; refuse to allow your sons to be labeled.Read More
Founder of The Quest Project®-Dr. Clay
Choosing a counselor and/or a program for your son is an important step. Both parent and son need to establish a connection with the therapist. It is essential to the work; so, take your time and be confident in your selection process.Read More
Seasons Greetings from The Quest Project®
Season’s Greetings and Happy Holidays! The Quest Project® is and always has been a labor of love, this year was filled with unexpected challenges and obstacles. Combined with your continued dedication and support, and my mission “to create healthy lifestyles by teaching, facilitating, research, writing and example we are helping our boys grow into healthy,…Read More
I am a proud Patriot of this country. An important part of my story that brings me to where I am today, and why I do the work I do to help boys is a result of my time in the United States Air Force. It Starts Like This Enlisting in the United States Air…Read More
Life is What YOU Make It!
Born the eldest of three to Russell and Doris Lessor, I grew up in a small south city neighborhood in St. Louis. On the outside we looked like a typical happy lower middle-class family, on the inside it was a nightmare of alcoholism and abuse. I didn’t grow up privileged, I grew up making a…Read More