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In his 20’s Rev. Dr. Klaus attended two local educational institutions studying Business Administration courses and succeeded with his career in the corporate world. Upon receiving his calling from a higher power; then ordained, Rev. Dr. Joshua Klaus received his Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate of Divinity and Doctorate of Metaphysics from the Universal Life Church Seminary. Rev. Dr. Klaus additionally studied Science of Understanding Life for his pastoral counseling certification which permits him to use client centered approaches such as Transactional Analysis, Client-Centered Therapy, Gestalt Therapy and Reality Therapy. This allows people who do not want to go to a minister who preaches a particular religious doctrine to have an alternative and not break their bank seeking professional help, to get help from someone who cares, is certified and trained to help with problems that plague both young and old mechanized society.
Currently he is enrolled at the University of Metaphysics and University of Sedona both in Arizona, finishing his Bachelor of Metaphysical Science, B.Msc., and Masters of Metaphysical Science. Dr. Klaus is set to attend his graduation receiving his Ph.D., Philosophy in Metaphysical Science specializing in Conscious Centered Living May of 2022.
In 2019 Rev. Dr. Joshua Klaus left corporate America and founded Clergy Works Plus offering officiant, clergy and business services as an affordable alternative solution for people seeking services outside of their religious denomination and or church in person and virtually on-line.
In 2020 he founded the Metaphysical Arts Center located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. His long-term goal for the center is to see one building unite the Holistic & Mystic communities for healing and therapeutic services delivered by professionals in the Metaphysical field. The Metaphysical Arts Center will provide counseling services, classes, workshops and host guest lectures from credentialed / licensed professionals. Moreover, he would like to see a social café, gift shop and salt cave as attractions to the Metaphysical Arts Center in hopes of creating a social and networking atmosphere for the community.