NEW DELHI [India], June 9 (ANI/ATK): Unified Brainz Celebrates the Glorious careers of Prominent Leaders from around the globe leading by example with Resilience, Diligence and Perseverance on the occasion of World Environment Day on June 5, 2022.
The event will showcased the first edition of the unique dark mode Coffee Table Book, "Who's Who of The World" which will be unveiled during their virtual event. This exquisite ceremony will see the presence of trailblazers from various industries who have scaled massive heights of success and have shared their passion journey. They say nothing teaches like experience does. If that is the case, there is no one better than Amanda Willett to transform the lives of trauma survivors.
A Global Powerhouse, Amanda is the Founder of 'Rituals for Recovery', a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is strengthening communities and supporting recovery through trauma-informed practices, training, and quality integrated care. Rituals for Recovery was born during the pandemic, but Amanda's journey has been leading to it for decades.
For years, Amanda's unwavering support for survivors of complex trauma manifested itself in many forms. And then, the pandemic hit. The global crisis in all forms continued to grow, adding to an increase in suicide, domestic violence, abuse, stress, job loss, financial strain, illness and various mental health challenges. "I saw a huge need for trauma relief support services and hence the idea for 'Rituals for Recovery' was born," shares Amanda.
In the fall of 2020, Amanda launched 'Rituals for Recovery': "Our objective is to put trauma-informed care and complex trauma prevention at the forefront of post-pandemic recovery across the globe. We want to create a 'trauma-informed world', in which equality, justice, inclusion, and harmony are the new normal for all," she says.
The Rituals for Recovery Healing Arts Institute offers different options and pathways to recovery. There is no one size fits or magic pill when it comes to healing. Thus, RFR provides personalized care, recognizing that recovery is unique for everyone. They operate using a strength-based model which is client-led and take a healing centred engagement approach to restore wellbeing. They also offer corporate trauma-informed training and TRMBW (Trauma Responsive Mind-Body Wellness) and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) certification for wellness practitioners, educators, clinicians, and other helping professionals.
Amanda herself is trained in many holistic healing modalities and is a certified coach in trauma recovery and workplace mental health leadership. Having the opportunity to transform her own trauma through psychotherapy, mindfulness, movement, the practice of yoga and the healing arts, Amanda truly believes in the remedial power of trauma-informed practices.
Trauma is not an individual problem but a collective problem for the community. Speaking about it, she explains, "Equity through education is the surest way to stop the transmission of trauma. The Shame Shifters Campaign - 'Be a Voice Not an Echo', is our roadmap and movement empowering the conversation of proactive complex trauma prevention. It raises awareness about mental health, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and the legacy of trauma on our health over a lifetime.
A key part of our mission is to improve the well-being of our communities by investing in the physical, mental, and financial health of women and girls who've experienced gender-based violence and sexual exploitation. 'Help Her Recover' is the arm of RFR which serves women living with the intersecting challenges of violence, abuse, poverty, mental illness, and addiction."
She adds: "In partnership with organizations, individuals, families, and 1000 community leaders, we aim to raise $100K annually over the next 10 years to change and empower 1 million individuals with a better quality of life. In unity with the SDG's objectives for building a more viable world, we strive to redefine recovery, break down system barriers, and provide access to our most vulnerable populations." To know more about Amanda, check https://whoswho.world/ or to nominate email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda has now turned her attention to amplifying the voices of youth.
RFR collaborates with Colleges and Universities across the globe providing opportunities for students to become the next generation of leaders and partners in prevention through trauma-informed education, training, and hands-on experience. "I believe the future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope. I want to be the bridge that provides that hope encouraging others to put that power and that hope in themselves," says the enigmatic Amanda. This story is provided by ATK. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.