Kristal Klear coaches victims of all different forms of abuse with a progressive coaching style.
She has spoken about her experiences around the nation, on television, and on her podcast.
Kristal Klear has led seveal intiatives to assist those affected by physical and sexual abuse.
Kristal Klear is an Entrepreneur, Certified Trauma Coach, and Published Author. She is the CEO and Founder of Rock Paper Scissors Foundation (RPS), an organization specializing in supporting those who have been physically, mentally, sexually, and emotionally abused and human trafficked. Her unstoppable passion is to restore people from brokenness to wholeness by challenging them with one of her favorite slogans, "We can't do anything about the past, but we sure can do something about the future."Event Info
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As a national speaker, Kristal Klear has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. She has a successful podcast where she speaks transparently about her personal experience with abuse and encourages others to be resilient on their healing journey. She approaches life with vision, sophistication, and confidence, inspiring everyone she meets.
She has shed light on this dark practice of exploitation within communities through education and awareness. She has written a curriculum entitled "Healing Beyond Sexual Misconduct" focusing on properly handling sexual misconduct from a leadership position in any environment.
Her coaching style is versatile, allowing her to service clients based on their unique individual needs. She focuses on all types of trauma and transitions in life, operating under the principle that no transition is too large, small or unimportant to tackle.