As a trauma-informed mental health and soul care coach at MV Performance Solutions LLC, she has been instrumental in providing guidance and support to those in need.
CROWLEY, TX, December 07, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Veronica Sites has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Mrs. Sites is a distinguished trauma-informed behavioral coach with an extensive career spanning over two decades. Currently she has dedicated herself to mental health coaching and has been serving in her current role for two years. Mrs. Sites is a chaplain for the Texas Military Department and a certified Livingworks suicide prevention trainer. As a trauma-informed mental health and soul care coach at MV Performance Solutions LLC, she has been instrumental in providing guidance and support to those in need. Additionally, Mrs. Sites with her husband is a franchise owner of Mosquito Joe and has previously served as a care pastor at Calvary Church Fort Worth.
Mrs. Sites' career journey reflects her commitment to helping others through various roles that include crisis response chaplaincy with Victim Relief Ministries and ambassadorship with the Burleson Chamber of Commerce. Her experience as an educator in special and general education at Garland ISD further showcases her versatility and dedication to service. Her expertise is recognized in areas such as the Texas State Guard, suicide prevention training, and peer support in suicide prevention and recovery.
Mrs. Sites' academic background includes a Doctor of Ministry in crisis response, theology, and trauma stress resilience from Primus University of Theology, where she graduated in 2019. She did PhD studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical studies from the Criswell College. Her education has been pivotal in shaping her approach to mental health coaching and crisis response.
In her personal life, Mrs. Sites is known for her ability to remember individuals who have faced life-threatening situations and have since become advocates for prevention alongside her. Her passion for advocacy in giving a voice to the nonverbal is evident in her work with her partnership with National Victims of Crime and the American Disabilities Association and her efforts to ensure that technology can be used to aid those who cannot traditionally testify in court. Mrs. Sites' dedication extends beyond her professional endeavors as she embraces the role of foster parent to her special needs grandson.
Looking ahead, Mrs. Sites is focused on research that will empower nonverbal individuals within the legal system. Her goal is to create avenues for their voices to be heard in court, advocating for those who have been victimized but lack traditional means of communication. With five children of her own, Mrs. Sites balances her professional aspirations with a rich family life, driven by a mission to make a lasting impact on society's most vulnerable members.
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