Joined 2 years ago from New York City
Elizabeth lives in New York City with her two children. She is a Life Coach and started 2EmptyChairs Coaching in 2019. 2EMptyChairs focuses on advocacy work for vulnerable populations, survivors of intimate partner abuse and neurodiverse populations in New York City.
Elizabeth has a certificate in the Psychology of Domestic Violence. She is also an advocate with the Trevor Project, a Legislative Advocate for Children with Special Needs through NAMI and a Youth Advocate with Stand Against Violence. Elizabeth has also completed course study on Vulnerable Populations and The Theory of Change and Applied Curiosity.
16 months ago
It is official. Your little one has special needs. Well, now what? Learn what to do after your child is diagnosed.
15 months ago
This article takes a look at how learning theory and neurodiversity have shaped how we teach our children in the classroom.
2 years ago
2 years ago
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