Stephanie Robilio’s work has been as a Personal Development Author, Public Speaker, Wellness Expert, and host of The Mindful Living Podcast. Stephanie actively participates in ongoing continued education and specific trauma training and has over ten years of experience in the fields of Child Welfare, Trauma, Mental Health, and Substance Use.
In addition to serving as the Clinical Director at Agape Treatment Center, she’s also the founder of Mindful Living, a community that empowers individuals on their journey of healing, recovery, and wellness.
Stephanie has four published books to date: WellNow, Mindful Makeover, Painted Soul, and Bonafide Spirit (Buy/Download them HERE). Stephanie is committed to holding a safe space for individuals as they begin or continue their journey of returning to the truth of who they are and rediscovering themselves. She believes everyone has the answers within, and she is inspired to help individuals identify and heal underlying core issues so that they can move forward in their lives, turn their dreams into reality, and live life with purpose, on purpose.
Elisa is a native Floridian from Sarasota and is fluent in Spanish.
With 30+ years of banking and financial experience, she is licensed in the insurance/Health/financial industry, specializing in life, health, variable annuity, and general securities.
Elisa is a member of The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA.org), vice–president of the Rotary Club of Coral Springs/Parkland, and a member of the Deerfield Zonta International Club. She is also an active member of her local Catholic church.
Scott started his own firm in his home town of Coral Springs in March of 2000. Scott and his wife, Brenda, have raised their five children in Coral Springs. Scott also is serving a fourth term as Mayor of Coral Springs after first being elected to the City Commission in 2002. Scott prides himself on aggressive advocacy, his accessibility, and the great teams he has been able to assemble over the years.
Scott’s top priorities are helping families in the community and doing everything in his power to lift others and the mental wellness of any community he connects with. He is the founder of Project Leadership, the Veterans’ Networking Alliance, and the Mental Wellness Networking Alliance.
Scott gives his clients and residents his cell phone number and is grateful for the support of his wife to allow him to work with so many great people in the community, including his fellow commissioners.
On a personal note, Scott and Brenda have four grandsons, they love to travel, and Brenda claims to be much funnier than Scott. Scott reluctantly concedes that the community would probably agree with Brenda.
There is always more than a title that makes a person. Meet Jenny Thelwell. She has many roles to accomplish every day – Life coach. Doctoral student. Educator. Mother. Wife. Daughter. Sister. Friend. Soldier. Survivor. Child of God. Her first book, Pressure Point, is Jenny‘s transparent memoir about how she learned to convert trauma into victory. A survivor of sexual abuse, Jenny lives to teach others how to progress from a victim of any circumstance to victory.
Jenny’s life experiences built the foundation for Revolutionary Diamond and Revolutionary Diamond gave Jenny the platform to be a life coach and change lives with her story. With a passion for expression , Jenny not only published her first book, Pressure Point, but she took it a step further and became a Writing coach, to help women like herself write their masterpieces with confidence.
Your story is more important than you know and sometimes it just takes the right person to listen and an even more courageous person to tell it. The time is NOW !
We all have a story to tell. What’s yours?
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We founded ScentsAbility in 2009, based on a mutual love for our daughters with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). When individuals with I/DD finish high school, they are faced with distinctive issues such as loss of federal funding, an increase in isolation, and limited choices for a purposeful day….