Caren Robinson, is the owner and founder of Vital Ability, LLC and creator of HOPE TBI (an educational website related to Polytrauma and Traumatic Brain Injury). She has gained international prominence as a medical advocacy consultant, and blogger. As a successful professional speaker, Caren continues to bring awareness to various Life Transitions, Polytrauma, and Brain Injury through her own real-life transitions. Her passion is to assist others in their individual life transitions through the use of practical tools, skills and strategies, while enhancing communication and personal development so they may excel in living the best life they can live, in this ever changing environment.
As a leader in the cutting-edge field of personal coaching, Caren helps people develop strategies, restructure their lives, develop/validate self-advocacy skills, self-care skills, and helps each client’s life to move from survivor to thriver. Her company works with the general public, medical patients, caregivers, soldiers/veterans, business owners, executives, public officials, entrepreneurs, and others from around the world by phone, and virtual connections. Caren has been trained as a Certified Holistic Life, Career & Executive Coach™ through Goal ImageryⓇ Institute, International School of Coaching Mastery™. Caren’s training incorporated holistic coaching techniques, traditional coaching methods, Brain Based coaching, Ontological coaching, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) coaching, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) coaching, and Positive Psychology coaching, Caren is an active member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and ICF Michigan. She has completed schooling for her PCC, and is working on completing additional coaching hours to meet the requirements of acquiring her PCC Certification from the ICF.
Prior to becoming a life coach and medical advocacy consultant, Caren has had a lifetime of experience as the daughter of a Veteran; been a student, health care provider, educator/trainer in the Medical Field, Emergency Medical Services, and Social Service Industries; employed/volunteered with grassroots and nonprofit organizations; and held various management, proctor, training, and leadership positions. Caren is also a survivor of Polytrauma herself and can speak from firsthand experience about going from survivor to thriver. Caren has been featured in numerous publications from NASCON to Picking Up The Pieces, and is a volunteer co-host on an International radio program. She is also a member and volunteer across several local and national organizations.
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