From high functioning, multi-tasking, goat-owning paramedic to broken, blubbering mess by the side of the road. Kim Savige's journey through PTSD, anxiety and depression after 20 years of being a paramedic has more ups and downs than a toilet seat.
Kim has chosen to move into coaching, using her past experience of PTSD and working in education to assist children and teens with their big feelings. Kim believes that if people are able to change the narrative in their own heads early on, they will end up in the habit of telling themselves how amazing they are on a daily basis.
Copies of the book will be for sale at the event.
After being diagnosed with PTSD in 2019, Kim believed her life was out of her control and that she would be forever ‘broken’. After completing training in 2020, Kim qualified as a neurolinguistic programming (NLP) practitioner, hypnotherapist and coach. This initial program turned into a combination of training and therapy, where she was able to overcome some significant challenges related to her mental health and perspective.
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