The November Institute was founded in 2018 to help people grow and thrive in their relationships, families, and workplaces, beginning with themselves. We teach people how to think about the larger relationship systems they're in, see their part in it, and develop the skills necessary to increase their objectivity, clarity, maturity, responsibility, and thoughtfulness in the face of anxiety and stress. Our services include tailored coaching sessions for individuals, and educational trainings for groups and teams.
Guillermo M. Cancio-Bello, Founder
Marriage & Family Therapist, MT3634
Guillermo is a licensed marriage & family therapist who teaches, coaches, speaks, and writes about relationship systems and emotional management. Guillermo's work is grounded in Bowen Theory, a theory of natural family systems, and is informed by the natural sciences. He works to help people grow their perspective, awareness, maturity, and ability to manage themselves in relationship to others, especially when they're under stress and anxiety.
Guillermo received a MFA in Creative Writing from Florida International University, as well as a Master's in Counseling from Barry University. He has studied Bowen Theory intensively for over four years, and is currently on the board of The Florida Family Research Network whose mission is to advance the science of human behavior based on the natural systems theory of the family, developed by the late Murray Bowen, M.D.
As a writer and speaker, Guillermo incorporates personal reflections with educational anecdotes that get people to think differently about their own experience through insight, challenge, and humor.