Anne Browning has been involved in human potential expansion and training for over 25 years. Her combination of education, training and life experiences has fostered a passionate belief that all individuals hold the key for their own expansion, but they must be given the tools to find that key. Anne Browning, a Master Certified Trainer and Coach, designs programs and structures that deliver tools for lasting transformation.
Ms. Browning has trained hundreds of facilitators, coaches and leaders to deliver structured information to groups and individuals. She has written or helped others write curriculum, training programs, workshops and seminars. Her book with Scott H. Silverman, Tell Me No, I Dare You! expresses her belief in the ability of the human spirit to overcome obstacles and achieve greatness.
Her work has included:
- Senior staff and program development with Debbie Ford
- Program Creation, Counselor, Group Leader, Kane County, IL
- Curriculum Writer, Program Developer, Sherman Hospital
- Curriculum Writer, Trainer, National Child Care Centers
- Facilitator for Left/Right Hemisphere Work, Arizona State Univ.
Her work history, training and personal history has given Anne the tools and passion to assist and train other in successful implementation of structured programs designed to empower groups, organizations and individuals to create lasting transformation.
Anne Browning is devoted to finding the greatness in individuals and believes in making the impossible possible. She lives with her husband Peter Schroeder in Fair Oaks, California. Mr. Schroeder is also a coach, speaker and writer.
TIERS OF HEALING – CANADA
Linda is the founder of Tiers of Healing, a program she wrote and developed after identifying a need for community-based programs for dealing with loss. While facilitating programs for the separated and divorced, she discovered that some of her participants were also suffering other losses due to death, career, finances, health, home, faith and self.
Linda is a Certified Master Integrative Coach trained by Debbie Ford at the Institute for Integrative Coaching at JFK University. Linda also trained with T. Harv Eker’s Peak Potentials, Train the Trainer. Linda has long been involved in community change at the provincial level in three provinces as well as the national level in Canada and has actively been involved in writing programs for community-based organizations. She is dedicated to training first class facilitators to deliver a standardized program for loss in communities who would not otherwise have access to such services.
Linda wrote Tiers of Healing as an accelerated multi-sensory program that engages people in interactive activities while encouraging them to explore new ideas and ways of thinking in a safe and loving environment.
She is the mother of three married daughters and stepmother to three daughters. She and her husband Barry together have 10 grandchildren. They live in Vernon, British Columbia with their three dogs: Snuggles, Ginger and Beauregard; and their cat, Marble.