Chiron Armand, whom I’ve known since my AIRR days — so what’s that, 10 or 15 years now? — is one of those practitioners I can recommend without hesitation or caveat.
(I can also recommend ConjureMan Ali’s book, which I just recently got my hands on because I was living under a rock for a few years. When I first started keeping a “recommended reading” resource on this blog, the section on books in print had a grand total of two titles in it. *So much* has changed over the last 10 years. I have quite a few books I’ve gotten caught up on lately that I need to add to the Education Resources section.)