Dawn Brown


Dawn Brown, M.Ed. Counselling, has over 25 years’ experience as a psychotherapist, published author and international speaker specializing in relationship and life transitions. Her works are designed to inspire others to reach higher levels of achievement in all areas of life. She helps them to navigate through and thrive in times of uncertainty and change. The proud recipient of the YMCA‐YWCA Women of Distinction Award, Learning for Life category, Dawn heads Perception Shift, a company dedicated to creating an emotionally healthy approach to living.

The author of That Perception Thing! and Been There, Done That...Now What?, Dawn's writing is praised as "...terrific: draws you in, lovely use of language... clearly well-informed...extremely insightful and thought-provoking - Susan Schwartz, Montreal Gazette. Her presentations are described as inspiring, educational, genuine, entertaining and 'just what I needed to hear'. Her insights are the results of years of experience in the health, educational, and counselling professions and are shared with readers and audiences because 'I teach what I need to learn'. Dawn's message is simple yet effective: we can't change the events and people in our lives but we can choose to change our perceptions of them. That is our point of power.

Where to find Dawn Brown online


DayShift: Start Where You Are
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 40,900. Language: English. Published: April 23, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / General
DayShift: Start Where You Are is filled with gems that remind us that personal growth is a lifelong endeavor. By accepting the book's daily invitations to increase our awareness, we can build powerful habits that create lasting results. Dawn Brown reminds us that a stumble or fall is an opportunity to choose to get up and keep on going. Every day is an opportunity to choose again.

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