Trauma Recovery Connection

Extraordinary Speaker. Superb Facilitator.

Elizabeth Power SpeakerWinter.  It's the "dead" or middle of winter, the Polar Vortext has just about swirled out, and all of my winter crops are gone.  On the other hand, perhaps there'll be fewer bugs and weeds and it was fun blowing soap bubbles in 3 degree weather---they freeze instantly.

I'm off to new things after a great deal of travel last year.  While I'm still helping people and organizations become trauma-responsive, I'm also retooling some of the way I do my work and what I offer to the community of people who have survived overwhelming experiences.

Check out my blog at PsychCentral where I write about innovation in organizations, trauma-responsive systems, and issues related to recovery from overwhelming events.

Soon you'll be able to go to our up and coming site, Trauma Recovery Connection, which will become our umbrella for all things related to trauma-informed and trauma-responsive systems, including a lot of resources and learning that range from free to less than the cost of a pizza to the cost of a pizza feast for a lot of people!

In the meantime, stay warm and remember that relationships are where the healing is. 

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.

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Kindle version now available.

Helping people learn. grow. change.

Successful Meetings Hot 25 Speakers

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.

The Big Event

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.

Team Events

Learning events should be engaging, address multiple learning domains, and close with a balance of knowledge, skill, and changes in attitude.  All our learning events encompass the symbolic, the literal and the technical to optimize learning for your people.