Hollywood, Florida (PressExposure) June 27, 2009 -- Christopher Michael Vichiola has been selected as an Honored Member of the Biltmore Whoâs Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes his commitment to excellence in his extremely well-rounded, wide range of accomplishments.
Mr. Vichiola has earned his B.A. from Western Connecticut State University in 1983 and is currently seeking his Masters Degree in Psychological Counseling.
The extremely wide range of Christopher Vichiolaâs accomplishments and roles in the community include Educator and Speaker for the Christic Institute Law Firm, Teacher and expert of Martial Arts, Writer, and has also helped as a volunteer at the Domestic Violence Women's Center.
Christopher Michael Vichiola has worked in the field of Mental Health as a counselor since 1982, when he worked for a branch of the Connecticut Protection and Advocacy for Disabled Children and Adults. His goal is to establish new policies of zero tolerance for counselors who neglect abused families and children in need of special services.
After his college graduation, Christopher Vichiola began to study the martial art of the Ninja in Japan under the guidance of Stephen K. Hayes, Richard Von Donk, and Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi, and studied every major shrine and temple in Japan. He has used Ninja Martial Arts skills of self-confidence, perseverance, e.s.p. mind control training, and self-actualization training to reach some of his major goals.
Mr. Christopher Vichiola has also been working with safety and health concerns since 1982, and is presently working for the Home Depot Company, where has worked for 10 years and works predominantly on safety related issues, such as hazardous waste.
His father, the late Michael Vichiola, Jr., had always inspired Christopher M. Vichiola to be a great football running back, track star, wrestler, and basketball player. In his personal time, he still enjoys playing all the sports his father taught him, as well as swimming.
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