Driven by curiosity and a burning desire to share his expertise with others, Fletcher Peacock holds a bachelor’s degree in science, mathematics and physics, and a bachelor and master’s degree in social work. Fletcher Peacock is a recipient of McGill University’s Alumni Prize for the Outstanding Student in the M.S.W. Class.
Mr. Peacock also has training in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), health, computer science and programming analysis.
Fluent in English, French, and Spanish, he has also studied Italian, German, Swahili, Russian and Greek.
During his graduate and post-graduate studies, Fletcher Peacock supported himself through a variety of jobs : taxi driver, sawmill and construction worker, English-as-a-second language (ESL) and primary school teacher, programmer/analyst and adult education instructor. Following that, he was a teaching assistant at three universities.
After publishing his master’s thesis, “Basic Ericksonian Principles,” Fletcher Peacock began working in CLSCs Social Services department. CLSCs are community health and social services centres funded by the Quebec government. He was called on to conduct seminars during the course of his work. These proved so popular that outside companies and organizations began soliciting his expertise. In response, he founded Fletcher Peacock Enterprises Inc. in 1989.
His high level of customer satisfaction and the concrete results acheived by his clients after following his advice both stand as ringing endorsements to Fletcher Peacock’s professional ability and the effectiveness of the SFC approach.