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ACC NEWS features Expert Communications Life Coach Amanda Rain

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Portland, OR– Communication is key, and increasingly recognized as an essential tool towards progress in both personal and professional life. Often we are faced with events and situations that create behavioral patterns with negative lasting effects on our ability to effectively communicate. With the help of trained professionals like Amanda Rain of Speaking the Unspeakable, everyone and anyone can find the path to empowerment and success with honest, heart-centered communication.

With an extensive educational and professional background, Amanda utilizes her incredible experience in communication to help clients across the globe to work through their obstacles and regain their inner strength to fuel their lives with meaning and purpose.  Her unique blend of speech communication, rhetorical studies, debate, community organizing, political advocacy, and dynamic life experience, weaves together a potent journey of personal growth and essential skill sharing.

No stranger to hardship and heartbreak, the conflict  Amanda witnessed from an early age growing up in Detroit, shaped her keen perception and ability to create safe space for our hidden truths to be expressed in healthier ways, moving beyond fear and shame into self-acceptance, self-love, and self-worth.

“Much of the violence of our world comes from a lack of skill in communication. When words fail us and tensions run high, physical and verbal aggression erupt.  The more capacity we have to articulate our pain, truth, and uncertainties, the more effective our diplomacy will be,” speaks Rain.

Expanding her reach with new programs, such as PowerfemTM and The Speak Sessions, in addition to heart-centered mediation services, Amanda is writing her authorial debut on her experiences with Speaking the Unspeakable, set to release in 2018.

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