Hi! I’m Susan Omilian, Founder and CEO of Thriver Zone. Since my nineteen-year-old niece Maggie was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1999, I have worked with hundreds of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, helping them take the journey from victim to survivor to thriver as Maggie could not. Women who reclaim their lives in this way are less likely to return to an abusive relationship or suffer the long-term psychological consequences of what they have experienced.
To learn more about my personal journey after Maggie’s death and meet several women who I have helped on this journey beyond abuse, watch a short video. You can also visit my website at www.ThriverZone.com for more about my books, my trainings and my workshops for survivors and the Thriver Zone Motivational Model I have successfully used for this amazing journey beyond abuse.
See below for several ways we can connect in Denver, but before August check out the NOVA 2022 Annual Training SPECIAL DISCOUNT on my three Thriver Zone books.
Attend the workshop I’ll be offering and learn more about me and my work!
Wednesday, August 3, 8:00 – 9:30 am
Victims stay in abusive situations for many reasons but often because they lack money to get out and see no future for themselves alone. Innovative, new approaches to help victims leave and not return include Susan Omilian’s Thriver Zone Motivational Model, a strengths-based approach following Dr. Judith Herman’s three-stages of trauma recovery. Susan’s work has helped hundreds of abuse survivors (domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse) “thrive” and stabilize their lives emotionally, socially, and financially after abuse. Women who reclaim their lives in this way are less likely to return to abuse or suffer long-term consequences of what they have experienced.