More than half of all children experience trauma before the age of 17. Dianne Maroney is an expert in childhood trauma, not just because of studying it, but she’s lived it in multiple ways. She grew up in a home plagued with abuse and the early death of her mother. Her daughter experienced major trauma as a baby, and she was directly impacted by the Columbine High School tragedy.
But, Dianne has refused to let her past define her. She used what life has taught her to found a successful organization that helps children all over the world overcome their trauma and stress in a powerful way.
- What she lived through as a child and how it led to difficult teen years (including being in a gang)
- How she turned her life around to become to the first in her family to go to college
- What it was like to feel helpless through her daughter’s trauma
- Her unique approach to helping children heal
- The mission of her organization, the Imagine Project, and how it reaches hundreds of thousands of children every year
PLUS, Dianne gives you a challenge to help start 2022 the right way!
Learn more about the Dianne and the Imagine Project here: https://theimagineproject.org/
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