Extraordinary Speaker. Superb Facilitator.
The winter season is upon us: more people are dealing the trauma of lack of resources, cold weather and the challenges of war and regional conflict. How luck so many of us are to have our basic needs and much more met!
I am working on the new book on moving from trauma informed to trauma responsive and can hardly wait for it to come out--so many folks have asked for it to arrive soon. In the near future I'll be presenting for King County Mental Health and at An Infinite Mind's annual conference. I'm jazzed!
Elizabeth Power, M.Ed.
PS: Check out Risking Connection Online--it's great!
How to Get Happier... and why you should try to!
Relevant, irreverent, thought-provoking, and downright funny, this is the book for our times!
Elizabeth Power does it again.
Check out www.gettinghappier.com to learn more and order yours today at amazon.com!
Kindle version now available.
Extraordinary Speaker? You bet. Successful Meetings named Elizabeth Power one of the up and comings along with--Guy Kawasaki, Molly Ivins, and Colin Powell! She's still just as great, and getting better every year.
Keynote, plenary, breakout, or seminar--Elizabeth Power is simply the best for getting the message across about the impact of change, how to cope with it, and issues related to traumatic experiences.
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