Speaking

Warm and vibrant, Cathy Lawson captivates hearts by incorporating her personal journey into every topic she shares. Whether speaking to an audience of moms or at a women’s retreat, Cathy’s straight-from-the-heart and hands-on engagement wins over audiences. “As a mom raising a child with special needs, I’ve learned how critical it is to take care of myself and part of that is learning to manage change and the stress that comes with it. Hey, if mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!” Change is inevitable. Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart; for I have overcome the world.” God allows certain circumstances in our lives that we may grow closer to Him, and that we may strengthen our faith. Strength doesn’t come from what you can do easily…it comes from doing that which is difficult. We are stretched and molded into what God means for us to be. Unfortunately, that can be a difficult and painful experience. However difficult, we are always transformed into something new.

As a professional facilitator and former corporate trainer, Cathy knows how to captivate an audience by utilizing visual aids as well as fun, interactive exercises. She has trained bank executives, entrepreneurs and parenting groups in the areas of team building, change management, and stress management for 10+ years. In addition to her signature talks on managing change and stress, Cathy can customize an inspirational message for your group. Speaking topics can be as short as 30-45 minutes or lengthened into a two-day weekend retreat.

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Signature Talk

Tactful Transitions (Managing Change)

Child development experts tell us that children need routine and predictability to sail through their day. We all know that change is inevitable and just part of life. As moms, we need to become the Change Leader in our home to help our family (and ourselves) deal with change?

Other Topics

Stress, Anxiety, Fear, Raising a Child with Special Needs.

What People Are Saying…

“The Lord knew how much I needed to hear what you had to say.”
-ALLISON

“My heart was just so touched by your words.”
-SARAH

“I loved your talk, it make me think a lot!”
-CAITLIN

“I loved hearing your journey and learning more about your daughter. I could’ve listened to you talk the whole meeting. I took away so much, thank you for sharing.”
-AMANDA