This presentation will take participants through a motivational experience as well as a learning experience of how to see what it is like to become more resilient through the process of reframing ones thinking.
This dynamic and engaging presentation will demonstrate how even through some of the most extreme obstacles in life, we can find our way, if we are shown how to let go of being a victim and allowed to take control of our lives through rebuilding our strengths.
Specific examples and a step-by-step process will be provided to assist participants with some of the skills to get started for themselves or those they love. Guidance will be offered on finding professionals to help in working with them.
Presenter: Veronica Lieb Crawford, MA
Veronica’s work has been in helping young adults achieve their goals in life by working with them on addressing the major life domains in adult living. She specializes in helping those with bipolar, learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and co-morbid conditions that often co-occur with these disorders.
Veronica is the author of the book “Embracing the Monster: Overcoming the Challenges of Hidden Disabilities.” She is currently working on three new books, including a children’s book co-authored with a student on the Spectrum who illustrated it called” My Majik Mind” to be released in 2017. Her goal is to bring about change in the lives of the people she works with so that they can experience success for themselves and find happiness and peace within.
Veronica is the Owner/President of the Life Development Institute holds a MA in Human Resources Development, and BA in Psychology. She is a Board Certified Sr. Disability Analyst and MBTI certified, where she integrates her knowledge of the HR and disability fields to help her clients make sense of how to understand integrate into the adult world.
Veronica also has a private practice called PART “People Achieving Results Together” where she provides very specialized one-on-one services to young adults in helping them see their value and find their special gifts while keeping them focused on their individuals goals and not loosing their path in life through the art of reframing toward resilience.
She has also provided training to over 400 groups on the ADAAA and hidden disabilities in a variety of environments, consulting with both corporate and not-for-profit companies on issues related to training and accessibility. Veronica has raised two successful children with hidden disabilities, and is a person with these conditions as well.