Focused on the wellness of Children and Families
Project Whole Child(PWC) is a Sonoma County based program focusing on small but significant changes to build strong & healthy, emotionally connected children, families, and community.
Our programming helps to ensure optimal outcomes for children & their families. Using strategies that strengthen families, build protective factors, promote individual growth, help systems be more responsive to families, and strengthen communities capacities as safe and healthy environments thus reducing child abuse and child neglect.
CELEBRATING PARENTS AS HEROES
For the workplace and in the home
Positive and Adverse Childhood Experiences
10 week facilitated group
Learn age appropriate tools around self-regulation, resilience, stress/anxiety prevention, and finding Peace
Founder of Project Whole Child
Elizabeth is a Best Selling Author, founder of PWC, Community Chair of Sonoma County PACEs Connection,Trustee for Sebastopol Union School District, Founding President of Soroptimist International of West Sonoma County, Board member of Peacetown and facilitator of Peacetown Family Village. After experiencing trauma that left her with PTSD she left her career in the medical field to offer others the tools she had learned to help heal and grow building a sustainable life in Peace. Having children of her own, she wanted to create a program that broke unhealthy patterns to change the world one peaceful family at a time.
She holds certifications in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Child Psychology, Suicide Prevention, Therapeutic Art, Personal Training, Registered Children's Yoga Instructor(E-RYCT), Registered Yoga Instructor(E-RYT), certified in 6 modalities of Yoga, and was a trainer for a Internationally recognized children's Yoga program certifying others to teach Children's Yoga. Elizabeth is a licensed trainer through the National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention, skilled in delivering the research-based protective factors framework known as Strengthening Families™. She believes teaching children how to handle big emotions and skills to cope with life is just as important as learning ABC’s and 123’s.