Overcoming Toxic Air: A Path to Healing and Hope-Filled Exhales by Heather Lambert
The words we speak create the world in which we exist. Our words do not only affect us, but they also affect the younger, more vulnerable among us who are living in the culture we are creating and learning from the ways we communicate. Overcoming Toxic Air: A Path to Healing and Hope-Filled Exhales takes readers on a 12-step journey to understanding the why behind the what we speak. It encourages readers to accept social responsibility for every word personally uttered and the impact we have on others. This work challenges readers to do the personal, reflective work of healing to embrace the power of personal influence and to make the conscious, daily decision to speak Hope-filled words of life.
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Heather Lambert is the founder of Clearhope Counseling Center, Clearhope Counseling & Wellness Center, and Clearhope Training. Heather has 17 years of experience as an educator. She is a certified teacher and school counselor, and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She has worked as a teacher, school counselor, Lead Counselor and administrator, and 504 coordinator. She continues to lead trainings for school districts and mental health professionals. Some of her clients include Brazosport ISD, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Dickinson ISD, Fort Bend ISD, Galena Park ISD, Katy ISD, Pasadena ISD, Pearland ISD, Spring Branch ISD, Rice University WIC Navigators, Stephen F. Austin Community Health Network, The Texas Education Agency, Region 12 Service Center, The National Association for Relationship and Marriage Education (NARME) and Cigna EAP’s. In January 2020 Heather was appointed to the HB 906 Mental Health Task Force to study and evaluate mental health services that are funded by the state of Texas in an effort to support and improve mental wellness in public schools across the state of Texas. Heather is a sought-after trainer, speaker, and consultant and has emerged as a leader in the Greater-Houston area. In May 2019, Heather Lambert was recognized in the Houston Business Journal for her Entrepreneurial Success by SCORE Houston.