Alison found her purpose following a horrific knife attack and PTSD by learning to be still and listen to the inner whispers. These inner whispers became actual tools and daily practices that transformed her life.
People, via her mentoring, her books, talks and media appearances, have benefited from her experience which she calls ‘The Awakening’ and ‘The Beautiful gift in the ugly box’.
Her direct manner, warmth and compassion ensure people feel safe and receptive to starting their healing journey. Alison’s work is her passion as are her family; Hubby Wayne, Sons Sam and James and dogs Beano and Teddy.
“I was absolutely thrilled to be a finalist in two categories and win the surprise “Woman who achieves Special Award” This is a lovely validation of my work, my passion and has given me a much-needed boost to move into our year two with even more passion. Thank you. I look forward to meeting all these amazing ladies and supporting them.”
What the judges said: Impressed that she has overcome adversity and used a life event in a positive way to move forward and help others. They were unanimous in their decision to present this Special Award to Alison.
Award Sponsored and presented by Ian O’Donnell of Realpoint Design
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