Live Your Excellence
Diversity encompasses concepts of respect and acceptance regardless of an individual’s ethnicity, race, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical abilities, socio-economic status, political beliefs, religious beliefs, or other ideologies. It means understanding and honoring that each individual is unique.
The vision of Viva Excellence is to support individuals to “Live Their Excellence.” The Diversity vision of Viva Excellence is to: “Strengthen Excellence within all communities through inclusion, valuing individual differences, and respect.”
Viva Excellence strives to work with clinicians of diverse skillsets, backgrounds, backgrounds, and needs in order to sponsor the successful of treatment of individuals across all areas of life who have survived traumatic experiences. Viva Excellence recognizes that successful mental health training requires specific focus on inclusion and diversity variables. This focus not only enhances training effectiveness but also creates overarching positive effects on treatment outcomes for the populations served by the attendees of our training programs.
To reach our vision we are committed to the following:
Creating an environment in which all Trainers, Consultants, and Program Attendees are treated with fairness and respect. Viva Excellence has, and will continue to develop, design, and implement programs to support and assist with improving diversity at all levels of the training process;
Our continued success depends on genuinely living the values of:
Supporting diversity in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility, from the Founder to Trainers to Training Attendees. Our effectiveness in diversity is also as successful as those who live our vision with us. Viva Excellence’s effective in diversity will be continuously monitored, and feedback requested, to ensure we achieve our vision.
The Viva Excellence diversity strategy consists of core values that are fundamental to achieving progress across the broader focus areas of:
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS FOR THE TREATMENT OF TRAUMA AND STRESS-RELATED DISORDERS