Amanda Willett is an award-winning social entrepreneur, and visionary committed to making an impact in the areas of trauma recovery, social justice, and collective healing arts.
She is an international speaker and author, who has been mentored by and featured alongside some of the top influencers in the personal and spiritual development industry including; Jack Canfield, Brendon Burchard, Darren Hardy, Kate Northrup, Gabrielle Bernstein, Danielle La Porte, Ellie Drake, Tony Robbins, amongst others—Her 20 + years of diverse experience have honed her into a high-impact dynamic leader.
As a trauma survivor herself, Amanda’s passion for educating others on post-traumatic stress and the impact of inter-generational trauma on our health over a lifetime has led her to mentor and speak for numerous women’s groups, corporations, and non-profits around the world, leading to her being recognized for her leadership and innovation in both 2011 and 2016. She currently serves on the board of Bethesda House and Community Living Durham/Clarington in her home area of Durham Region, Ontario.
Amanda is a certified trauma recovery coach who specializes in providing trauma relief tools for healthy self-nurture, helping PTSD, vicarious and complex relational trauma survivors ~ manage stress, anxiety, depression, burn out, compassion fatigue and other mental health challenges.
She utilizes a combination of psycho-educational tools, therapeutic interventions and evidence-based self-regulation techniques, teaching the principles of yoga, energy, Jungian, and positive psychology, to help her clients find sanctuary, heal and foster resilience.
Amanda believes that joy and wellbeing are our birthright. By choosing, compassion and understanding over judgment and cruelty, we can begin to shift the paradigm, break the cycle of suffering, and heal humanity.