About Mannette

As a survivor of abuse who has overcome adversity including, childhood sexual and emotional abuse, dyslexia, and an abusive marriage I found a way to heal and eventually recover.

My mission is to share what I learned with the world so we as a human race can stop the cycle of abuse and start healing. My desire is to help other abuse survivors discover their own courage, self-awareness, and hope while recognizing they are not alone.

My experience comes from my own life as well as being a certified life coach from the international Academy of Solution Focus Training and American University of NLP. 

I have been professionally coaching individual victims and survivors of abuse since 2010 helping them improve, change and recover from the effects of abuse. My clients have gained a true understanding of how abuse has affected their lives while learning self-respect, strength, self-confidence, and how to live a healthier, happier life. 

My dream is to help others heal the scars, pain, and damage of abuse so more survivors can recover and thrive.

 Look inside yourself, and see the strong, beautiful individual you are. 

 Love,

 Mannette




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Professional Information

I lead motivational self-improvement classes, retreats, and workshops at several organizations since 2013 including Dress for Success of Denver, Warren Village, Warren Village First Step and Women’s Bean Project of Denver. All of these organizations help women that are struggling, in need of support, guidance, and training. A few of the topics I have taught include How to Heal after Abuse, Overcoming Anxiety and Stress, Finding more Happiness, Understanding and Improving Relationships, Parenting After Abuse, and Embracing Self-Improvement.

I have been professionally coaching individual victims and survivors of abuse since 2010. I led a weekly self-help group in Singapore for more than two years in 2008 while I obtained my coaching certification. One was an abuse survivor group, and the other was a group dealing with the stresses of living in a foreign country. Participants gained an enormous amount of knowledge and support working with others with similar experiences.