I will continue to use my story, not as a prescriptive, but as an example of the power that lives within each of us to change our lives if we choose. I will continue to tell my story because I believe in the profoundly powerful and healing essence of "me too".
In my travels, I have had the privilege of meeting many people and shared many stories Whether I am in front of a large group, a small meeting of people, or an individual seeking healing support, I am always struck by that moment a connection is made with two simple words... me too.
It’s nearly impossible to tune into any media channel and not hear about domestic and sexual violence. It's a very real, very destructive reality. Even with the volume (and heat) turned up on this subject, there’s a voice that is often quiet or silent. It belongs to the individual living with it.
This is a more intimate, off the “soap box”, perspective of violence and abuse, and the survivor’s journey to understanding, acceptance, and peace.
The adult living with the fallout of the childhood abuse.
The one lives with the "fallout" of childhood abuse -- verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual. These unspeakable actions of aggression and power over an innocent ch
My goal is to create a compelling conversation and I work with each group to understand the event's objectives and discuss how topics may be blended and integrated to best suit. I love to engage the audience with activities as well as offer a few moments of "quiet" for self-reflection,.
My presentation style blends experiential wisdom, with empirical theory to bring a holistic perspective to the subject matter. My goal is to share stories and information meant to compel one forward on their path.