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Diana shares her stories of 

Trauma, Hope and inspiration through speaking engagements

 keynote address - seminars - Monthly Blogging and workshops








Diana Kendros

Diana is the CEO, and founder of her 

Trauma Talk Blog Coaching, and upcoming Podcast.

Trauma Talk programs specifically look at how our inner dialog portrays the way we see ourselves and the world. Diana delivers tangible results to reshape and redefine our perspective that serves us in more positive, productive, and meaningful ways.

With over 25 years’ experience, an International best-selling author, Diana is celebrated for her signature workshops and coaching programs, and her exceptionally effective communication strategies, enjoyed by thousands.

She also volunteers as an accredited mental health educator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and teaches their education programs to family members, mental health advocates, and medical providers.

Diana’s successful eBook, Making Meaning out of Trauma, describes her 12-year journey to save her son’s life after a traumatic event, and during those years found meaning and purpose in overcoming her own lifetime of trauma. 

Additional Accolades:

Diana is a Communication Specialist, Well-Being Coach and Public Speaker.

She is a Family Peer Support Advocate, Certified Strategic Coach, and Published Author. 

Diana is trained in Compassionate Communication by Marshall Rosenberg, and certified in Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) by the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery.


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Diana is currently writing her memoir about the consequences of trauma and how it can force us to interpret our life through unhealthy lenses.

The object of her book is to understand how easily we put up our human coverings, create facades, display happy faces and veneers in order to ignore or push away the pain that is inside of us -- all the while believing that these masks will protect us, protect our families, and somehow will help us deal with the discomfort of our inner turmoil.

This is a story of how we can heal and become who we really are - to truly understand ourselves, and transform in order to live who we were truly meant to be.