An Effective Approach to Living with Trauma

Mia Vivone

With nearly two decades of expertise in over 50 traumatic topics, Mia’s lived experience and personal recovery enriches a variety of services including trauma recovery coaching, expert testimony, trauma-informed training events, and educational group events. Before embarking on her solo journey, Mia worked as a peer counselor in the mental health field supporting those with psychiatric disorders and compulsive behaviors, such as self-harm and addiction.

Because of her personal history, journey through healing, and sustained recovery, Mia is proficient when it comes to teaching others coping skills to achieve their personal, relationship, and career goals while living with the longterm effects of trauma.

Mia’s guidance as a trauma recovery coach has helped hundreds of clients learn skills such as two-way boundaries, nonviolent communication, and vital self-care methods. Mia teaches coping strategies that can be applied to all types of situations that result in a remarkable ability to improve relationships, career performance, and quality of life, in spite of surviving complex trauma.

Services


Convenient and comfortable video conferencing from your home or office.

Mia uses an effective combination of education, lived experience, and professional experience covering more than 50 topics, to bring an effective approach to living with the long-standing effects of trauma. Mia is recognized as an expert in her field by clients, colleagues, and courts.

Trauma-Informed Training, Group Education Facilitation, Speaking Engagements, Events

A participant and graduate of the world-renown Toastmasters training program for speakers, Mia specializes in professional speaking that delivers even controversial subject matter in a delightfully engaging and memorable style. Mia has extensive experience as a presenter, keynote speaker, and panel member on a wide variety of platforms:

Mia’s stimulating writing content captures attention and encourages introspection and change. Mia crafts multifarious work using niche-specific vocabulary, an informative and persuasive style, and a bold voice. Forms include research articles, blog posts, book reviews, white papers, and more.

Mia creates custom, innovative educational curriculums that deliver concepts and application steps to expand trauma knowledge and bolster the confidence of individuals, groups, private organizations, and professional agencies.

 

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Life Changing”

I have been seeing Mia for about 5 months and it’s changed my life. During our very first session, she put my mind and my heart at ease and was on her way to touching my soul – I’m now a productive part of my own life and others’ lives. I wish we had met years ago.

Katrina

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Powerful”

I’ve known Mia for more than five years. She never fails to deliver. She speaks with an authority that comes from years of training, application, and most importantly, experience. She is an engaging and powerful speaker!

Christian

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Fantastic Quality”

I really appreciate the quality and unique style of Mia’s writing. She has a way of restructuring information and presenting it so it is easy to understand. Her ideas and voice come through and make me want to keep reading.

Michelle


  • 50. Can Someone Live Happily After 50 Traumatic Exposures
    50. That is the number I came up with the last time I wrote it all out. That’s almost one event for every year of my life, starting with being born dead (blue). Being physically, sexually, emotionally abused as a […]
  • An Important Holiday Message from Trauma Recovery Coach Mia Vivone
    This can be a busy and emotionally-complicated season. If you are activated, overwhelmed, or lonely, this is a gentle reminder that I am here to help. This can be a difficult time for trauma survivors and if you are feeling activated, overwhelmed, or lonely, I want to gently remind you that I’m here.
  • In Response to “Suicide is a Cowardly and Selfish Act”
    Suicide is so complex that none of us could begin to understand another’s suffering and mindset that compels them to succeed in this act. I know from working with 100’s of people who struggle with these tendencies and assisting them […]