NAPLES, Fla., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunday's crash of a single-engine turboprop plane in Montana killed 14 people -- half of them children. With a number of plane crashes in recent months, including the February 12th crash of a Continental Airlines commuter plane that killed 50 and January's "Miracle on the Hudson" in which all 155 people survived, this common fear is at the forefront of people's minds. The horror of such an event is unimaginable, but author and speaker Tamra Nashman knows firsthand what it is like to survive a plane crash.
Nashman survived one of the worst small plane crashes in FAA history. She can explain to your audience what it feels like to experience a plane crash, how post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects every aspect of life following such a terrifying event, and how people can recover from such unbelievable trauma.
Invite Nashman to tell your audience:
CREDENTIALS: Nashman is the author of "Shoes for the Spirit," an inspirational book that guides each reader through their own personal spiritual journey with motivational stories of ordinary people coming through extraordinary adversity to triumph. Nashman is a licensed and ordained minister who has experienced relationship trauma, interfaith marriage difficulties, and the loss of a child. For over 20 years she has been a motivational speaker, counselor, and life-coach who has helped countless people find hope in the face of hopelessness.
AVAILABILITY: Florida, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
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