Dec 21, 2020
Nikki Crawford, Ph.D., is a certified life coach with a background as a research professor in education, a Masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis, and a Phd from the University of Kansas in special education - all of which combined make her uniquely suited to helping clients move forward even if they have felt stuck for years.
As a speaker and educator, Nikki regularly facilitates workshops and presentations on the connection between decluttering and cultivating wellbeing. She’s a regular guest expert for CBS and Fox local television in Kansas City. With her company “Your Peaceful Space” she works with clients going through life-changing circumstances like a divorce, death of a spouse, a career upheaval or the prospect of an empty nest and in individual and group coaching guides them through the transition with steady accountability and proven strategies to transform their space and life.
In her own peaceful space, Nikki enjoys tucking into books of spirituality and historical fiction, solving crossword and jigsaw puzzles, and supporting local women-owned businesses. As a long-time Kansas City resident, you’ll often find Nikki exploring the city’s stellar museums, coffee shops, restaurants and the walking trails in her neighbourhood.
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Deborah Claire Procter is a multi-media artist from Wales who in 2005 received the Creative Wales Award in 2005 for her work with video and experimental dance. She makes performances for theatres, galleries and site-specific spaces., and with her degree in theatre from the University of Exeter and a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Wales, Cardiff, her work has been seen in numerous prestigious theatres and galleries. She received the Creative Wales Award in 2005 for her work with video & experimental dance. In 2003 and 2005 she was funded by Wales Arts International to visit Argentina which led to on going collaborations with contemporary operas. She's is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. More information