About

Welcome to, He Walks Like a Cowboy

An honest discussion of the human spirit, the value of a positive attitude, and how strength can be found in the weakest of places. This podcast journey will take you beyond your comfort zone to where you start to really learn about yourself and your ability to navigate seemingly impassable waters. We will discuss times where my disability (CMT) has empowered me to learn about strength. We will have guests on this podcast who are champions of overcoming adversity and making the world shine brighter. And, we will help you to start to see your challenges as your greatest gifts. Jonah Berger is a 48 year old youth director and motivational speaker. He works with kids and adults who deal with disabilities. He is a husband, a father, an author, a drummer, a leg brace wearer and an observer of life. Jonah uses his own disability to help listeners learn more about their own challenges and how to use them as strengths. Come take a walk with Jonah down the path of perspective that will leave you thinking and smiling.

Check out Jonah's book, He Walks Like a Cowboy.  Available on Amazon.  

About the Hosts

Jonah Berger

CMTA National Youth Programs Manager

I have worked in the special needs world my entire career. I love everything about it. People who face a daily challenge are simply more interesting. My style is caring and direct. I believe in creating connection and trust with my clients and using that trust to affect change.

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech &Theater Arts

Masters Degree in Special Education

Owner and Director of Operations for The Rhythm Within since 2004.

Camp Director for Camp Footprint; serving children with Charcot Marie Tooth Disorder.

Served for 3 years as Program Director for Rocky Mountain Village, Colorado’s Easter Seals Mountain Camp

Served as the Program Coordinator for Adam’s Camp; a therapeutic camp program for children with special needs and their families.

Served 2 years at the Colorado Christian Home as a Youth Treatment Counselor for abused and neglected children

Served for 2 years as the Program Coordinator for the summer camp program of the City of Boulder; Parks & Recreation

I am a percussionist. I have always had success in using percussion in my work with my clients

Experienced in most diagnoses and with children/teens/young adults/adult ranging in age from 5-60

Marc Ronick

Podcast Producer

In addition to being the producer of this podcast, Marc Ronick provides a unique perspective and understanding of podcasting, the podcast industry and podcast audiences. From genres such as entertainment & news, medical & spiritual, and sports & politics, he has been a part of just about every type of podcast and every type of challenge over the past 15 years. Podcasting is his passion and there is nothing more exciting to Marc than helping a podcast go from a vision to reality.