Let me introduce myself. I am Libby Pease.
I know what it is like to be aware that I have more to offer but have been boxed in by expectations of those around me and limited by my own fear and self doubt.
I have over 20 years of experience in crisis response as a trainer, facilitator, manager and front line staff member for distress centres and victim services. In the past 5 years I shifted my focus from reacting to people in crisis to supporting individuals to really step into who they are. Thereby creating a life that is meaningful and increasing their ability to cope with life's challenges.
Our gifts, skills, talents and traits are part of us. They are meant to make a difference in the world that we are a part of and not to be kept hidden. I use my gifts to support individuals to find their clear path. Once they have, they make a difference to those they are connected to and the communities that they are a part of.
My core values are Creativity, Truth and Freedom. I bring these values to everything I do.
There are quite a few letters next to my name.
HBA- Honours BA in Psychology from the University of Guelph along with unofficial minor in Theology & Women's Studies
CVRM - Certificate in Volunteer Resource Management from Conestoga College
ECPC - Erickson Certified Professional Coach from Erickson International
ACC - Associate Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation