Veronica is a roaring lamb! She is thought leader of “VS” and as a chaplain empowers from unchanging truths and verses of life. Her approach versus that of others has its foundation upon “choices” and legacies built, changed, or continued. As a leader she imparts diplomacy as she equips with wisdom in crisis intervention techniques in the fields of Business & Industry, Crisis Intervention, Disaster Response, Education, Emergency Services, Employee Assistance, Healthcare, Homeland Security, Mental Health, Military, Spiritual Care, and Traumatic Stress. The verses of life approach impacts and changes lives, people receive clarity, hope and know the power of her compelling message.
She champions mental wellness and the victorious life! While conflict is inevitable, what impact it has is determined by how one processes in light of circumstances. She trains organization and individuals how to navigate the storms of invisible wounds. Her passion is to empower others to achieve their potential by launching from personal pain and losses that may have led to a cycle of “hurt people hurt people” to activate another option where individuals that become “free people – freeing people.” Through inspiration, motivation and a place of liberation she facilitates achievement!
Her passion to empower others to overcome obstacles leads to growth and encouraged clients that dig deep to embrace significance. Her advocacy concentration includes law enforcement, military, anyone that struggles with post traumatic stress disorders, including at risk youth and women, autism awareness, divorce survival, and stigma freedom.
Her highly credentialed certifications include National Organization Victim Assistance, Ziglar Legacy Certification, American Christian Counselors Association, FEMA registered responder and others. Whether your need for conflict resolution is work, team or personal inner conflict, Veronica meets the need with excellence and confidentiality.
Her compassion, fineness and intuitive nature give heighten her the ability to spot invisible wounds and inner hurts that can hinder and negatively impact productivity and team dynamics. She connects with others with respect, honor and preserving an individual’s dignity.
There is hope, she can facilitate growth toward healthy “new normals” of productivity and achievement. She urges embracing unrealized potential when words of life matter most.
Authorship publications include:
- She is published in Dare To Be A Difference Maker, vol. 4, “A Chaplain For All Seasons.”
- Rachael Did You Know a guide through loss and grief.
- Conflict Resolution Solutions; Tips To Prevent Conflict Before It Starts