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Diana shares her stories of inspiration through 

speaking engagements - Podcast Episodes 

keynote address - seminars and workshops.








Diana Kendros

Podcast Founder | Host | Producer

Diana is the founder of her two companies: Diana Kendros Seminars and Conversations Real People - Real Stories Podcast. 

She is the host of her Trauma Talk  Podcast  and one of the writers of her Trauma Talk Blog Series.

Diana is a Communication Specialist, Well-being Coach and Public Speaker. 

Diana is a Family Peer Support Advocate, Certified Strategic Coach, Published Author, and a Nationally Certified Mental Health Educator. 

She is trained in Compassionate Communication by Marshall Rosenberg. 

Diana is also certified in Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) by the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery.

She teaches her Compassionate Listening Seminars, and her Identify & Echo Workshops around the country. 

She has been an entrepreneur with over 30 years of business experience, strategic coaching, consulting in brand identity, brand strategies for marketing, and product development, and positioning. 

Diana has founded, owned and operated three successful companies. Her passion is also in Natural and Complementary Medicine and is trained in medicinal food and nutritional treatment modalities, diagnostic techniques, meditation, herbal and medicinal food therapies, and supportive mind-body strategies in the Ancient Ayurveda System of Medicine, and Macrobiotic Theory and Dietary Programs.


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Diana is currently writing her memoir about the consequences of trauma and how it can force us to interpret our life through unhealthy lenses.

The object of her book is to understand how easily we put up our human coverings, create facades, display happy faces and veneers in order to ignore or push away the pain that is inside of us -- all the while believing that these masks will protect us, protect our families, and somehow will help us deal with the discomfort of our inner turmoil.

This is a story of how we can heal and become who we really are - to truly understand ourselves, and transform in order to live who we were truly meant to be.